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Yorba Linda's El Cajon Trail courses through the city on a former irrigation canal that was abandoned and filled in after a flood made it impractical to use. Paved with a parallel equestrian and jogging path for its entire length (with the exception of a short portion that lacks the adjacent treadway at the far eastern end), the trail serves a variety of users and connects visitors and residents to a number of amenities in the Orange County city.
Highlights along the route include the Phillip S. Paxton Equestrian Center, where lucky trail users might catch a glimpse of a competitive horse show, and the Yorba Linda Community Center near Hurless Barton Park. Uniquely, the trail also passes behind the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, which incorporates the 37th President's birthplace and childhood home, a museum featuring numerous artifacts related to his life and presidency, and even Nixon's presidential helicopter, as well as his final resting place.
Parking for the El Cajon Trail is available at Hurless Barton Park (4579 Casa Loma Avenue) in Yorba Linda. From the parking lot, travel north on the sidewalk a short distance along Casa Loma Avenue to reach the trail.
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