Lying peacefully in east Orange alongside the Santiago Creek, the 1,269-acre Santiago Oaks Regional park is a nature lover’s paradise. This secluded refuge offers hikers, bikers and equestrians the natural charm of mountain vistas, an orange grove, a meandering creek and a mature forest of many different species of trees. Wildlife abounds and a series of interconnecting trails leads through shady groves and to a lookout that features an awe-inspiring view of Orange and the surrounding foothills.
ADDRESS: 2145 N. Windes Dr., Orange, CA 92869
DIRECTIONS FROM THE NORTH: Take CA-22 E to merge onto CA-55 N toward Riverside. Use the right lane to take exit 15 for Katella Ave. Turn right on Katella and continue onto Villa Park Rd. Continue onto E Santiago Canyon Rd and turn Left onto N Windes Dr.
DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-5 N to Jamboree in Irvine. Use the 2 right lanes to turn right onto Jamboree Rd approximately 6 miles. Use the 2 left lanes to turn left onto E Santiago Canyon Rd about 2 miles. Turn Right onto N Windes Dr.