The falls are found on National Forest property just outside of the current boundaries of the North Etiwanda Preserve, but can be reached by walking in a northerly direction up the main trail for about 1.75 miles from the trail head located at the parking lot. By going to the falls, you will cross over privately owned property which is not currently a designated part of the Preserve. The private property crossed is still a habitat preservation site for which the same conservation practices apply, although not fully affiliated with the Preserve at this time.
The Etiwanda Falls Trail is a 3.5 mile trail located beyond the North Etiwanda Preserve in Rancho Cucamonga, CA that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking & trail running and is accessible year around. Dogs are not allowed on this trail.
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