Horsetown USA Norco, CA

Welcome To HorseTown USA! The City of Norco is an equestrian-oriented community situated along the Interstate 15 freeway in western Riverside County, California, just 50 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Residents enjoy over 400 acres of parkland and 140 miles of pedestrian/equestrian trails. It is possible to ride from Norco's quaint Western-style business district all the way to the Pacific Ocean. 

Near By Recreation Areas

  • A: Bohelli Regional Park - 17-1/2 Miles
  • B: Chino Hills - State Park - 15-1/8 Miles
  • C: Crystal Cove State Park - Moro Campground - 29-1/8 Miles
  • D: Glen Helen Regional Park - 21-3/8 Miles
  • E: Lake Elsinore - 20-1/8 Miles
  • F: Lake Perris State Rec Area - 22-3/8 Miles
  • G: ONeill Regional Park - 18-5/8 Miles
  • H: Prado Regional Park - 4-3/4 Miles
  • I: Rancho Jurupa Park - 9-3/8 Miles
  • J: Silverwood Lake State Rec Area - 27-7/8 Miles

Recent Trails

A 4+ Mile Horse Trail Riverside, CA No.41 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 4-15/16 mile trail ride on 278+ acres located near Riverside, CA.

Ridden Jun 14, 2019
A 6+ Mile Horse Trail Riverside, CA No.51 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 6-3/4 mile trail ride on 461+ acres located near Riverside, CA.

Ridden Jun 07, 2019
A 6+ Mile Horse Trail Riverside, CA No.50 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 6-9/16 mile trail ride on 382+ acres located near Riverside, CA.

Ridden Jun 06, 2019
A 6+ Mile Horse Trail Riverside, CA No.49 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 6-7/16 mile trail ride on 381+ acres located near Riverside, CA.

Ridden Jun 04, 2019
A 5+ Mile Horse Trail Perris, CA No.47 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 5-9/16 mile trail ride on 306+ acres located near Perris, CA.

Ridden Jun 03, 2019
A 6+ Mile Horse Trail Riverside, CA No.48 - Riverside County

Riverside County Horse Trail. A 6-11/16 mile trail ride on 406+ acres located near Riverside, CA.

Ridden Jun 01, 2019

Horseback riders are responsible for assessing their own abilities and their horses' capabilities to determine which trails fit their experience level.

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