This park preserves some of the rapidly vanishing cultural landscape of the citrus industry and tells the story of this industry's role in the history and development of California. The park includes the Sunkist Activity Center, available for special events, two interpretive structures, a picnic area, and demonstration groves that still produce quality fruits. Phone (909) 780-6222 for more information.
Half of the picnic sites in the main picnic area have firm surfaces and accessible furnishings. Accessible parking spaces are connected to the restroom and at least two picnic sites by an accessible route.
Knoll Trail is a 0.75 mile concrete trail in the heart of the park. The trail provides pedestrian only connection between the Visitor Center and the Sunkist Center. The trail meanders through citrus groves and offers stunning views of the park and surrounding city of Riverside. Accessible parking and restrooms are located near the trailheads.
Varietal Grove Trail is accessible for 0.30 mile and allows visitors to pass through an urban orange grove. The trailhead is located at the gazebo. Accessible restroom and parking nearby.
The Sunkist Center is an accessible facility that accommodates various public programs and special events. The kitchen area is generally accessible and two accessible parking spaces are located in the adjacent main lot.
The Interpretive Gazebo/Amphitheater contains an accessible route to the amphitheater and wheelchair seating is available.
The Visitor Center helps tell the story of California’s Second Gold Rush. The 5,000 square foot center contains photographs, displays and exhibits that show the origins of Citrus and how this profitable crop came to California bringing hopes of wealth and jobs for many new immigrants. California State Parks has the privilege of telling this story to thousands of visitors and children each year. The Center is open on weekends from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The Visitor Center and Museum are accessible with accessible restroom and parking available.