Santa Ysabel Preserves
500 Farmer Rd.
Julian, California 92036
The Santa Ysabel Preserves are surrounded by oak woodlands, native grasslands, and fields of wildflowers that portrays a beautiful natural setting during your hiking, biking, and riding adventures within the boundaries of this 3,800-acre preserve.
More than 13 miles of multi-use trails wind through the various habitats in this scenic mountain preserve. Santa Ysabel Creek runs along the entire northern boundary of the preserve.
For your safety, please stay out of the creek and the closed areas of the preserve.
Stay on the trails; the natural resources of the preserve are fragile and depend on your trail etiquette for survival.
Be sure to carry plenty of water, as Santa Ysabel can be hot and dry during the summer and there is no water available on the trails.
• Bring your own water
Photo courtesy: SanDiegoCounty.gov
• Dogs must be on leash
• Please clean up after your dog
Dog-friendly, hiking, trails, San Diego County, Parks and Recreation, Julian