Wildomar Multi-Use Trail N-S-02

Also known as the “Wibel Family Trail” Its length is listed as .50 miles (2,640ft) ( actual length is 1,859 ft making it 11/32 of a mile long). It starts at the point where Cherry St. turns into Gruwell at the intersection with Baxter. This is also the end point of N-S-01 where one crosses the road from the northeast corner to the southwest corner. This trail runs on the southwest side of Gruwell St. to the gore point across from Welch Field at the intersection of Gruwell St. and Orange St.
(The following is from the City of Wildomar “Historic Trail Names”)
Wibel Family Trail(N-S-02) John, Mary, Henry-The Wibel family was living in Wildomar by 1890. Henry, the son of John & Mary, was the chairman of the committee to move the cemetery to its present location. Henry purchased lot #1 and his father, John, was most likely the first person buried at the new location (This does not count the bodies moved from the old cemetery). Mary was also buried there in 1912.

The corner of Baxter Rd and Cherry St. Once you cross the intersection Cherry becomes Gruwell.

The corner of Baxter Rd and Cherry St. Once you cross the intersection Cherry becomes Gruwell.


This trail is adopted

This trail is adopted


The trail ahead. If walking north to south you will be walking with traffic. Be careful.

The trail ahead. If walking north to south you will be walking with traffic. Be careful.


Looking back from whence we came at Silver Spur Ln

Looking back from whence we came at Silver Spur Ln


Sometimes there are obstacles on the trail

Sometimes there are obstacles on the trail


One of the unique sites along the way

One of the unique sites along the way


More Wildomar humor

More Wildomar humor


Trail width and surface vary greatly.

Trail width and surface vary greatly.


Another look back

Another look back


This section is plenty wide and well maintained

This section is plenty wide and well maintained


One of the many views along the way

One of the many views along the way


Unlike the end of the trail which could use some work. Welch Field and the cemetery are to the left

Unlike the end of the trail which could use some work. Welch Field and the cemetery are to the left


End of the trail looking across Orange St. at N-S-02A

End of the trail looking across Orange St. at N-S-02A

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