Open Spaces

Beautiful Parks and Trails

The Great Outdoors

For 150 years, the Irvine Company has owned the Irvine Ranch land—which totals 798 square miles—and where almost 300,000 people call home. And throughout these years, the Irvine Company resisted the pressure to sell the land piece by piece to the highest bidders. In 1897, the company made its first public land donation which is now known as Irvine Regional Park. From there, the Irvine Company has preserved tens of thousands of acres and opened over 40 hiking trails including the famous Back Bay Loop Trail, which winds around Upper Newport Bay, with scenic stops at places like Upper Castaways Park, the Back Bay Science Center at Shellmaker Island, and Big Canyon Inlet.

Stretching from the mountains to the sea are oak woodlands, vast canyons and hillsides filled with wildflowers and wildlife. It’s here, residents can get the best of both all worlds—from urban, to beach town, to mountainous terrain—California literally has it all. And the Irvine Company continually works to build highly livable communities, while also respecting and preserving the surrounding landscape.

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