More than half of The Irvine Ranch – 57,500 acres of open space – has been set aside for preservation and education.
Irvine offers an abundance of beautiful and scenic trails. Here are three of our top picks.
Whether you are a fan of jogging, bicycling, riding a horse or pushing a stroller, you might want to check out the Hicks Canyon Trail, a pleasant 2-miler with bucolic scenery and a birdsong soundtrack.
The Irvine Ranch collection of Tom Fazio golf courses is one of the best anywhere.
Among Irvine’s 268 parks and expansive open space preserves, the Jeffrey Open Space Trail is a special place that almost defies classification.
Journey through the open space preserve between Irvine and Crystal Cove State Park during a special Wilderness Access Day event hosted by the city of Irvine and Irvine Ranch Conservancy on July 20.
The city’s Master Plan has made it a pioneer in sustainability.
Matilde De Santiago, naturalist with the Irvine Ranch Conservancy, introduces the California sage scrub community of plants, found in just a few regions of the world with a Mediterranean climate.
Few places on Earth offer the diversity of nature seen on the Irvine Ranch. For Irvine residents, it’s like having a national park in your backyard.
America’s Largest Urban Open Space Network The city of Irvine is surrounded by 57,500 acres of open space that offers residents the freedom to walk…