The RCHCA recognizes the importance of allowing for public access. If done appropriately, it will help the public achieve a greater understanding of the need for conservation of these lands. It will also foster a better appreciation of all endangered and threatened species and the beautiful open space areas in Western Riverside County.
Currently there are 3 Reserves that have public access.
Anticipated in 2022, part of the Steele Peak Reserve will be open to public access. For more information, please visit our Steele Peak Inaugural Trail page
These areas are open to a variety of recreational opportunities. Please visit the links above for more information on allowable activities and hours of operation.