About Canyon Park, Costa Mesa, CA

The name Canyon Park relates to the park’s position within a canyon. The city bought the land for the park in 1975, but it didn’t open to the public until 1992. On April 18, 1992, it was dedicated. Arbor Street is located at 950 Arbor St. Canyon park is 35 acres and there are amenities like 3 barbecues, 9 picnic tables, and a playground. Canyon Community Park starts with a playground and neighborhoods and extends into a 35-acre park with numerous hiking routes, including a pond and a canyon loop. There’s no way to know where you’re going if you don’t have a trail map Hike to Talbert Nature Preserve can be continued. (Image Source – Costa Mesa City of the Arts)

On the main path, strollers are welcome.
Dogs are allowed.
The trees along the pathways provide some shade.
There is no route map, so there is plenty of room to explore.

Canyon Community Park in Costa Mesa, California, is a fun urban trek. The park is around 35 acres in size and contains a number of family-friendly hiking paths in the center of Costa Mesa. If you’re searching for a pure wilderness hike, this is probably not the trip for you because it’s close to people’s homes, which is why it’s classified as an Urban Hike. Despite its close proximity to residential areas, Canyon Community Park hiking packs a punch. (Source: Brian & Ashley’s Hiking Blog)


Dentistry at Its Finest is nearby. Other fun things to do: Costa Mesa Skate Park


Canyon Park

970 Arbor St, Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Take Arbor St to W 19th St

3 min (0.5 mi)


Drive along CA-55 N/State Rte 55 N and Newport Blvd

9 min (3.8 mi)


Turn right

Destination will be on the left
35 s (157 ft)
Drive to your destination – Drive to Dentistry At Its Finest
Dentistry At Its Finest