Park Blvd. Trails Gateway

On the south side of the park, on Park Boulevard, is a gateway into four trails:

The 3.0-mile trail explores the historic 1915 Panama California Exposition section of the park. The route highlights the park’s best-known sights. Type: Sidewalk and some road surfaces. Difficulty: Easy. Follow the #31 round red trail markers.

The 1.2-mile trail is a hard-surface route through the historic 1935 California Pacific International Exposition section of the park. This short jaunt offers visitors a quick look at the south section of the park. Type: Sidewalk and road surfaces. Difficulty: Easy. Follow the #32 round purple trail markers.

The 3.7-mile trail follows unpaved pathways through native habitat in Florida Canyon, and then goes through the park’s historic zones. Experience both well-known and not-so-well-known parts of the park. Type: Sidewalk, dirt trails and some road surfaces. Difficulty: Medium. Follow the #33 square orange trail markers.

The 6.0-mile trail is a wide-ranging hilly route that includes many unpaved trails. A good choice for visitors who want to experience different kinds of landscape and exercise along the way. Type: Dirt trails, sidewalk, and some road surfaces. Difficulty: Difficult. Follow the #34 diamond-shaped brown trail markers. 

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Hiking and biking trails in varying levels of difficulty. 

The 3.7-mile Orange Trail follows unpaved pathways through native habitat in Florida Canyon, and then goes through the park’s historic zones. Experience both well-known and not-so-well-known parts of the park.