The Multi-Use Trail System is part of the Moreno Valley Master Plan of Trails. These trails offer a wonderful opportunity for recreational and non-automotive travel throughout the City. When the system is complete, it will link City trails with other regional trails such as the Lake Perris Recreational Area and Box Springs Regional Park. Residents and visitors will be able to enjoy more than 56 miles of connected trails in Moreno Valley.
Accessing the Trails
Multi-use trails can be accessed at many points in the City. There are staging areas to facilitate access to specific trail heads including the Rancho Verde Staging Area, Moreno Valley Equestrian Center and many park facilities.
Bicycle Trail Map 10/10
It is important for you to help maintain the beauty of our trails by observing the following rules:
Pedestrians: Watch for other trail users. Glance over your shoulder once in a while to stay aware of those around you.
Equestrians: Speak to trail users. Help teach other people about horses. Many don’t know that they need to talk to you.
Bicyclists: Yield to pedestrians and equestrians. It is your responsibility to yield to slower traffic. Ride single file when passing. When you are being passed, please be courteous. Wear a helmet for your protection.
Dogs must be restrained by a leash and under control at all times. Please pick up and properly dispose of your dog’s waste.
Smoking is prohibited.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Do not endanger visitors, wildlife, or trail property.
Please do not litter along the trails, pack litter out.
Stay on designated trails.
Adopt a Trail Program
Maintaining all the miles of trails is a challenge. That's why the Recreational Trails Board established the "Adopt-a-Trail” program.
The "Adopt-a-Trail" program allows any private organization, business, non-profit, civic group, or individual to take an active role in maintaining the trail system in Moreno Valley. Young or old, anyone can participate.
The "Adopt-a-Trail" program:
Provides more enjoyable recreational opportunities
Contributes to the appearance of neighborhoods
Attracts new businesses and promotes tourism
Promotes a sense of community
Enhances property values
It doesn't take much to keep our trails beautiful. It only takes a commitment to pick up trash, fill holes and tidy up your section of trail a few times a year. With the "Adopt-a-Trail" program, trails are assigned in one-mile segments on a first come, first served basis. If you'd like to adopt a trail, fill out the application or call the Parks Division of the Parks & Community Services Department at 951.413.3702.
Adopt-A-Trail Brochure (Adobe pdf)
Adopt-A-Trail Volunteer Application (Adobe pdf)
For more information, call Moreno Valley Parks & Community Services at: 951.413.3280