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Claremont Hills Wilderness Park, Claremont

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Claremont Hills Wilderness Park is located in Claremont. Claremont Hills Wilderness Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Claremont Edition.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Get here early! As soon as it opens if you can! Check the schedule for time changes every month. If you get there later in the day make sure you have enough time to get back before the trail closes. T...  more »
  • The wilderness park has a five mile loop trail that is not too bad even for someone like me, an overweight middle-aged out of shape frumpy person. It's a great way to get out even though you're still ...  more »
  • Sadly, some of the mountain trails were closed because of recent rains, but we saw deer and a coyote on our short walk. The $3 doesn't bother me.  more »
Google
  • As a person with a disability who likes to test limitations, it was well worth it. To the people who are in wheelchairs, as of right now I wouldn't go. The ground is uneven due to the rain. But I heard a few people say it's usually evened out. To individuals with physical limitations that can walk. I advice to go with someone or take your cane. Even if you hardly ever use it. Great challenge and gorgeous scenary. Also, people there are very friendly. Make sure to take water, sunblock, and a hat.
  • Great place to hike in the mountains locally. I wish I had known about this place sooner! Be prepared for a workout. Also, make sure you are back to your parking spot by closing. They DO & WILL give you a ticket!!
  • Beautiful hiking and great workout for the whole family. Start early before it gets to hot. Water, hats and sun block recommend. It's five miles from start to finish. Walking will take you 1.5 hours at a steady pace.
  • Beautiful place to walk or trail run, especially during cooler weather. It gets very crowded during the warmer days and on weekends. T connects to many other local trails that allow for further exploration. The parking lot has been expanded but you have to pay in both lots.
  • Used to be five stars but they are increasing the parking rates to $5 on the weekend. That's literally a 70% increase in the rate currently. That's just too much!