Santiago Oaks Regional Park will remain closed until further notice due to the damage caused by the Canyon Fire 2.
Santiago Oaks Regional Park provides the visitor with a sense of removal from the urbanized environment. The native plant life coupled with the specimen forest in the Rinker area provide an atmosphere of relaxation and serenity. The park has a series of interconnecting trails suitable for equestrians, hikers and mountain bikes. The park trails also provide access to the Anaheim Hills Trail System and offer spectacular views of northern Orange County. The Nature Center, which opened in the summer of 1981, offers exhibits and programs on various natural history topics. Park Rangers provide a variety of interpretive activities including nature walks, slide programs and films. Group programs are provided for a nominal fee and must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance. Nature programs for the general public are conducted on weekends. Contact the park office for more information.
Park Amenities: Amphitheater, Barbeques/Fire Rings, Bicycling/Bike Trails, Dogs Permitted, Equestrian Trails, Family Picnic Area, Hiking Trails, Horseshoe Pits, Interpretive Center, Interpretive Programs, Playground/Tot Lot, Restrooms, Scenic Overlook, Tables