Warner Springs, CA Trails and Parks

Warner Springs has 15 trails in the vicinity, including 11 hiking trails and 4 for off-highway drives. These trails range from 0.6 to 27.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Santa Ysabel Creek Trail, Palomar Mountain Divide and Palomar Divide Road. Trails.com member Kevin R. recently completed Eagle Rock.
  • Eagle Rock

    5 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Eagle Rock, perched on a hill overlooking Warner Springs Ranch, bears a stunning likeness to its namesake raptor. In April, the surrounding meadows explode with wildflowers. A walk along the ...
    •  3 hours
    •  6 miles
    •  Guide

    Eagle Rock, perched on a hill overlooking Warner Springs Ranch, bears a stunning likeness to its namesake raptor. In April, ...

  • Palomar Divide Road

    3 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Palomar Divide Road is close enough to Los Angeles and San Diego to make an easy and scenic day trip from either metropolitan area. The trail leaves from California 79, which runs east out of ...
    •  Moderate
    •  3.5 hours
    •  22.1 miles
    •  Guide

    Palomar Divide Road is close enough to Los Angeles and San Diego to make an easy and scenic day trip from either metropolitan ...

  • Palomar Mountain Divide

    3 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    A gorgeous drive along a high, winding ridgeline that culminates at a fire lookout with a truly breathtaking view from 6,140 feet, the summit of a mountain that stretches for 20 miles. This drive ...
    •  Easy to Moderate
    •  3 hours
    •  27.2 miles
    •  Guide

    A gorgeous drive along a high, winding ridgeline that culminates at a fire lookout with a truly breathtaking view from 6,140 ...

  • Santa Ysabel Creek Trail

    2 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    This short trail leaves Black Canyon Road from Ramona and follows a winding shelf road that runs high above Santa Ysabel Creek. The road is suitable for high-clearance 2WD vehicles in dry weather. ...
    •  Easy
    •  1.5 hours
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    This short trail leaves Black Canyon Road from Ramona and follows a winding shelf road that runs high above Santa Ysabel ...

  • Caliente Wilderness Trail

    2 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    This section of the Pacific Crest Trail, through lands formerly considered for official wilderness status (the Caliente Wilderness Study Area), winds along boulder-strewn ridges and through small ...
    •  7 hours
    •  12 miles
    •  Guide

    This section of the Pacific Crest Trail, through lands formerly considered for official wilderness status (the Caliente Wilderness ...

  • Eagle Rock

    1 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Eagle Rock, perched on a hill overlooking Warner Springs Ranch, bears a stunning likeness to its namesake raptor. In April, the surrounding meadows explode with the color of wildflowers. A walk ...
    •  4 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Eagle Rock, perched on a hill overlooking Warner Springs Ranch, bears a stunning likeness to its namesake raptor. In April, ...

  • Agua Caliente Creek Trail

    1 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Before the 1970s, the canyon of Agua Caliente Creek above Warner Springs seldom saw the intrusion of humans. After the Pacific Crest Trail was routed through, however, it became recognized as ...
    •  4 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Before the 1970s, the canyon of Agua Caliente Creek above Warner Springs seldom saw the intrusion of humans. After the Pacific ...

  • Agua Caliente Creek Trail

    1 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Around the world in 80,000 steps? Not quite, but the environment ranges from arid to oasis as it travels through dry, sun-drenched country into shady woods along and across the creek—demonstrating ...
    •  4.5 hours
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Around the world in 80,000 steps? Not quite, but the environment ranges from arid to oasis as it travels through dry, sun-drenched ...

  • Combs Peak

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Combs Peak is the high point of the Bucksnort Mountains, a remote minor range overlooking Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
    •  3 hours, possible overnight camp
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Combs Peak is the high point of the Bucksnort Mountains, a remote minor range overlooking Anza-Borrego Desert State Park ...

  • Agua Caliente Creek

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    North of Warner Springs, the Pacific Crest Trail follows Agua Caliente Creek up a lovely canyon lined with sycamores, cottonwoods, and oaks. Visitors will enjoy frolicking in the creek or spending ...
    •  4 hours
    •  9 miles
    •  Guide

    North of Warner Springs, the Pacific Crest Trail follows Agua Caliente Creek up a lovely canyon lined with sycamores, cottonwoods, ...

  • Warner Springs to San Gorgonio Pass

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    The San Jacinto Mountains are the high point—and the highlight—of the Pacific Crest Trail’s excursion through the northern Peninsular Ranges, and they afford the first true high-mountain air ...
    •  101.4 miles
    •  Guide

    The San Jacinto Mountains are the high point—and the highlight—of the Pacific Crest Trail’s excursion through the northern ...

  • Agua Caliente Creek

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Until the early 1970s, the middle reaches of Agua Caliente Creek seldom saw the intrusion of humans. After the Pacific Crest Trail was routed through, it became a favorite resting spot for hikers ...
    •  4 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Until the early 1970s, the middle reaches of Agua Caliente Creek seldom saw the intrusion of humans. After the Pacific Crest ...

  • North Coyote Canyon Trail

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Coyote Canyon is a wide, deep canyon along the San Jacinto Fault, one of the major branches of the San Andreas Fault. These are two of Southern California’s most active faults. Coyote Canyon ...
    •  Difficult
    •  2.5 hours
    •  15.9 miles
    •  Guide

    Coyote Canyon is a wide, deep canyon along the San Jacinto Fault, one of the major branches of the San Andreas Fault. These ...

  • Hot Springs Mountain Trail

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    Hot Springs Mountain, the highest point in San Diego County at 6533 feet, has for decades been a destination for hikers, mountain bikers, and off-road vehicle riders. Since 2005, however, the ...
    •  3.5 hours
    •  5.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Hot Springs Mountain, the highest point in San Diego County at 6533 feet, has for decades been a destination for hikers, ...

  • Indian Flats Trail

    0 Reviews

    Warner Springs, CA

    What better way is there to pique a child’s interest in nature than to introduce him or her to a shallow, lazily flowing river, full of tadpoles and frogs? At Indian Flats Campground, you can ...
    •  .5 hour
    •  0.6 miles
    •  Guide

    What better way is there to pique a child’s interest in nature than to introduce him or her to a shallow, lazily flowing ...