Santa Ana River Bicycle Trail

Featherly Park Entrance

Featherly Regional ParkThe Featherly Park entrance is accessed by Gypsum Canyon off of the 91 fwy. If you have a large group of riders this might be the right place to meet up. Camping and RV camping are available in this little oasis in the middle of suburbia.

Right after the crest on Gypsum Canyon Road, which is mile marker 26, you will be at Featherly Regional Park and Huntington Beach is 26.2 miles and 2 hours and 15 minutes away. You are also 2.6 miles and 13 minutes from Green River Road and the end of the Orange County section of the Santa Ana River Trail.

The Featherly Park entrance is accessed by Gypsum Canyon off of the 91 freeway. If you have a large group of riders this might be the right place to meet up. Camping and RV camping are available in this little oasis in the middle of suburbia.

Bicycle Trail heading under Gypsum CanyonThe bicycle trail enters into the park right next to Gypsum Canyon Road at the eastern side of the park. The park area, which is 63 acres of the 795 acres that consists of the Featherly Wilderness Preserve . If you decide to venture off of the trail, is quite extensive. There are camping sites for trailers and motor homes, cabins for rent, a tent camping area and a sectioned off area for campers with active pets. There is a swimming pool and several play areas.

If you have a lot of people in your group this is a good area to meet up. There are water fountains and restrooms all through the park, just make sure to be a courteous guest.

The trail from Gypsum Canyon goes over the park then winds around and slips into the park just as it heads back under Gypsum Canyon Road. From here the trail exits the park and follows along the 91 freeway.

Modified 07/23/2012