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California Citrus State Historic Park

9400 Dufferin Avenue
951-780-6222

The design of the park is reminiscent of a 1900s city park, complete with an activity center, interpretive structure, amphitheater, picnic area, and demonstration groves. The land contained within the park still continues to produce high-quality fruits.



Reviews

Ashley Richards

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Monday, July 2, 2018
What a gem! I really love this venue for engagement photos. The grounds are kept nice for a really scenic look. The citrus is such a lovely backdrop for a great California-themed engagement session. All you have to do is pay $5 for parking. I searched all over the website to see if they had a photography fee, and nada! I pulled up into the parking lot and was worried when the park ranger approached me, but when I said I was there to take some photos of my friends, he wasn't phased at all, but made sure I paid for my parking and that I was aware that the park closed at 5pm. He was very nice and pleasant! The time that the park closes is my only qualm. I wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy the sunset which wouldn't be until ~8pm, but that's okay. Next time, I'll see about going on a weekend.

Sean Kron

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Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Stopped by this place when I was in the IE when my friend was having his kid. To be honest this is not my usual kind of stomping grounds but for what it was it was pretty cool. It teaches you the origins of citrus throughout history. It has samples and pic nic tables a gazeebo and a ton of trees to walk through and it's only 5 bucks.

Karen Sankey

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Sunday, July 29, 2018
California Citrus State Historic Park is interesting and beautiful. The orchards are lovely and the museum exhibits are well organized. The museum building has a lot of interesting historical information about the citrus industry, and where the citrus trees originally came from.

Kyle Neiswender

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Saturday, April 21, 2018
Great park. Beautifully curated rows of citrus fruit trees that are back dropped by the mountains and surrounding city. The wind was blowing strong which amplified the aromatics of the tree. Parking has a registration for, that costs $5 but we got there a little after 4pm and no one seemed to mind that we didn’t pay. Museum was closed so we missed that but the rest of the park was worth it.

Alan Van Clief

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Friday, June 22, 2018
Museum closed during posted hours. Might have bought fruit if that had been made easy. Interesting place to visit. Worth going.

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