Wildomar Multi-Use Trail N-S-01

Its length is listed as .75 miles (3,960 ft) along Cherry St. between Walnut St. and Baxter Rd. (This trail is actually 2611 ft in length making it just under 1/2 mile) The trail is on the eastside of the road, appears to be fairly flat, wide enough to stay out of the roadway and maintained by the locals as this section does not appear to be adopted.

The beginning

The beginning


The trail says North South so we will start walking from the North to the South starting at Walnut St. the first thing we see looking around
The trail ahead

The trail ahead


Open spaces in town

Open spaces in town


Looking back from whence we have come

Looking back from whence we have come


Olive trees which may have been around since the beginning of Wildomar

Olive trees which may have been around since the beginning of Wildomar


Half way point

Half way point


Looking towards the end

Looking towards the end


One of the many private drives, only one city street crosses the trail

One of the many private drives, only one city street crosses the trail


Farm implements, may have been used to tend to the olive trees back up the trail

Farm implements, may have been used to tend to the olive trees back up the trail


Yard art, Wildomar Style

Yard art, Wildomar Style


End of this trail

End of this trail


Along the way we saw numerous examples of rural Wildomar and why many people moved here, there is a mixture of old homes, new individual homes being built, expansive properties, small properties, ranch style, spanish style, dogs galore usually in pairs. It being spring many people were out in the yard, saw numerous people that work from home.

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