Contact Number

  • (951) 780-6222

Park Accessibility Information

Park Hours

  • Park Hours: Weekdays 8am-5pm Weekends 8am-7pm

    Visitor Center: Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00pm 

Park Activities

Dogs allowed on the trails. Dogs not allowed in the visitor center/museum. 
Historical/Cultural Site
Picnic Areas
Env. Learning/Visitor Center
Exhibits and Programs
Guided Tours
Interpretive Exhibits
Vista Point
Nature & Wildlife Viewing
Family Programs
Bike Trails
Hiking Trails

Park Facilities

Drinking Water Available

Park Directions

Get directions through Google Maps

The park is located in Riverside, one mile east of the 91 Freeway. In the Arlington Heights - Lake Matthews area of Riverside.

Welcome to California Citrus State Historic Park

California Citrus State Historic Park is a living museum dedicated to preserving and showcasing the history and significance of the California Citrus Industry. The park covers over 250 acres and features groves of citrus trees, historic buildings, interpretive exhibits, and guided tours. Visitors can learn about the agricultural heritage of California, the development of the citrus industry, and the role it played in shaping the state's economy and culture. The park also offers educational programs, special events, and opportunities for recreation such as picnicking and hiking. 

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Basic Information

Click on the dropdown boxes to learn about the parks fees, accepted passes, park address, and operating hours.

Parking Fees

  • Regular$7.00 per vehicle
  • Senior$6.00 per vehicle (ages 62+)
  • Bus/Limo (10-24 people): $50
  • Bus/Limo (25+ people): $100

Please pay kiosk attendant (credit card and cash accepted *exact change is appreciated) or with the Yodel parking app.


The following State Park Passes are accepted at California Citrus SHP:

  • California Explorer Vehicle Day Use Annual Pass*
  • Golden Poppy Vehicle Day Use Annual Pass*
  • Historian Passport Day Use Annual Pass*
  • Golden Bear Pass**
  • Limited Use Golden Bear Pass (not valid Friday before Memorial Day through Labor Day)*
  • Disabled Discount Pass (1/2 price day use)**
  • Distinguished Veteran Pass
  • Library Pass (must have Library hang tag)
  • Adventure Pass (printout pass to place on your dash)

* Can be purachased at Kiosk

** Can be purchased Monday through Friday from 8:00 am- 3:30 pm at our Sector office 1879 Jackson St. Riverside, CA 92504


Winter Park Hours (October 1 through 1st Sunday of April)

  • Weekdays (Monday - Friday): 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Weekends (Saturday - Sunday):  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Summer Park Hours (1st Sunday of April - September 30)

  • Weekdays (Monday - Friday): 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Weekends (Saturday - Sunday):  8:00 am to 7:00 pm

Visitor Center & Museum Hours

  • Friday - Sunday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Gift Shop

  • Saturday - Sunday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Chino Sector Office Hours

  • Weekdays (Monday - Friday): 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Closed on Holidays


Visitor Center
49400 Dufferin Ave.
Riverside, CA 92504
Continue past kiosk

Sunkist Center
9400 Dufferin Ave.
Riverside, CA 92504
Turn left at kiosk

Mailing Address
1879 Jackson St.
Riverside, CA 92504

Park Rules

Do your part to help protect Citrus's national resources and keep yourself safe. Follow all of the parks posted rules. 

  • Trails - For safety’s sake, stay on designated trails and paths.
  • No Alcoholic Beverages - Consumption of alcoholic beverages are prohibited within the park.
  • No Drone Usage - Drones may not be flown on or over park property.
  • Dogs - Dogs are allowed on the trails on a leash. No dogs are allowed in the visitor center/museum.
  • Speed Limit - 15 mph for all vehicles and bicycles.
  • Weapons - Weapons of any kind are prohibited.
  • Collecting - Animals, plants, rocks, dirt and artifacts are protected by law and may not be disturbed or collected. The picking and taking of fruit is prohibited (Title 14 CA Adm. Code CCR 4306(a)

For a full list of park Rules and Regulations please see the current Superintendent Posted Orders.

Tag Hunts

Along the park's trails, you can scan one of our many interactive QR code stations to learn about the park's diverse history and various facts about citrus. This is a fun and engaging way to explore the park. Learn more here

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