Irvine’s 260+ parks make it one of America’s greenest cities — and they make a walk in the park easy and fun. Use this first-ever comprehensive parks guide to discover them yourself.
On the stunning morning of April 14, residents gathered at Quail Hill to celebrate two open space milestones in Irvine’s long history of preservation.
There’s nothing like a picture-perfect Earth Day weekend to let nature work its magic on a group of wide-eyed children.
It’s the year of open space in Irvine — 2018 marks the anniversaries of two major milestones in the city’s history of natural open space preservation and stewardship.
On The Irvine Ranch, outdoor enthusiasts can venture deep into the preserved open spaces along beautiful single-track trails that began life as back-country roads once patrolled by ranch hands in pickup trucks.
Irvine Ranch Conservancy resource managers are preparing for an annual trek into the thick live-oak woodlands of Limestone Canyon.
This month, we ask mountain bike racer David Pyle about trails on the Irvine Ranch.
Tucked away in the corner of Irvine’s Harvard Park is a concrete paradise where friends and fans watch skaters launch stylishly into the air and effortlessly soar over a concrete pyramid.
Irvine Company’s gifts of open space have helped create one of the largest urban open space networks in America.
Led by Irvine Company Chairman Donald Bren, more than 57,000 acres of open space—approximately 60% of the historic 93,000-acre Irvine Ranch—has been set aside forever as open space and parklands.