Bonelli Park Loop Trail
The Bonelli Park Loop Trail is a quick and easy adventure in Los Angeles that will take you along the quiet shores of the Puddingstone Reservoir. While out walking the trail, you will pass by countless picnic areas while taking in the lovely scenery that stretches out across the calm surface of the water. Less of a true hike, this little adventure is still a great excursion if you are looking to head outdoors for some fresh air.
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Route Description for Bonelli Park Loop Trail
Whether you are planning a relaxing stroll by the water’s edge or want to spend some quality time outdoors with the kids, the Bonelli Park Loop Trail is a nice and easy adventure that will certainly not disappoint. You will also have the option to rent boats or bikes at Wheel Fun Rentals, so gear up for a fun outdoor adventure in San Dimas!
This short loop can be done in either direction, but for the purpose of this guide we chose to walk it in a counterclockwise direction, saving the waterside portion for the end. Setting out from the parking area, you will make your way initially to the southeast, before following the trail as it bends to the northeast. Here, you will be making your way past plenty of picnic areas, which are great if you want to spend some extra time outside after your walk.
Eventually, the trail will bend to the southwest to bring you to the water’s edge. Take your time here as you gaze out across the calm surface of Puddingstone Reservoir, and don’t forget to pop into the rental shop if you want to have some fun paddling or cycling! From here, it is only a short distance to return to the parking lot where you began your walk.
Getting to the Bonelli Park Loop Trail Trailhead
The starting point for this adventure can be found at the parking lot along Via Verde Drive in San Dimas.
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