The Fallbrook Trails Council recognizes that we live in a beautiful area with the Santa Margarita River running through it, the last continuously flowing river in Southern California. It is a prime watershed, an area that is one of the last riparian environments in Southern California and home to unique and endangered wildlife.
This is an area rich in history, but also one that is vulnerable to fire and vandalism. It has many inviting trails for hikers, equestrians and bicyclists. Horseback riders say it is the best trail system in Southern California. These are the trails that we are building and want to maintain so the Trails Council was created.
We provides hikers, horseback riders and bicyclists with a top-notch trail and pathway system – over 1000 acres of riparian Santa Margarita river area. We also promote awareness and conservation of local plants and wildlife – many of which are endangered.