Established in 1897, the land was the first of many donations by the James Irvine family to the public. Irvine Regional is Orange County’s oldest park, a historic landmark, and the very first regional park in the State of California. Some of Orange County’s oldest coast live oak and California sycamore trees can be found at the park, which offers 477 acres of shady picnic grounds, hiking and equestrian trails, stables, softball fields, volleyball courts, a lagoon with paddleboats, the Orange County Zoo, and even a steam-driven train.
1 Irvine Park Rd.
Orange, CA 92862
Operated by OC Parks. For more information, call the park at 714.973.6835 or visit the Irvine Regional Park website.
For a list of upcoming events in Irvine Regional Park, click here.