A unique wild landscape
With one of the few remaining open views of Mt. San Gorgonio and Mt. San Jacinto, this wild canyon is just minutes from downtown Redlands, California. Hikers, cyclists, equestrians, and dog owners can enjoy hundreds of acres of open space, courtesy of the city of Redlands and Redlands Conservancy. Dark night skies are another unique feature of this canyon. Endangered Southern California mountain lions, and bobcats, hawks and dozens of other wildlife species make their home here. The canyon contains one of the few remaining coast live oak woodlands in the Redlands area. This land also contains a site that is culturally significant to local indigenous tribes.
This unique 120-acre tract
is north and east (up and to the right) of Oakmont Park on the map to the right.
For a map of the proposed development, download the file below.