Upland Recreation & Community Services Division is proud to announce their participation in the National Recreation and Park Association "Step Up To Health" campaign. We have made a commitment to the community to improve the health and livability of our citizens by encouraging active involvement through recreation and health & wellness programs, events, services and resources. So please join us in creating a more active and healthier community and be on the lookout for more health and wellness programs to come!
National Physical Fitness & Sports Month
Saturday, May 1st Through Monday, May 31st
There has never been a better time to commit or recommit to helping your family and friends lead active and healthier lives. During the entire month of May, Upland Recreation and Community Services is here to help you reach your goals and help you to remember that fitness can be fun! No matter your fitness level, let’s get moving…your body will thank you!
Throughout the month of May, visit our web page and social media pages for exciting programs and activities including a fitness calendar, in person and virtual fitness activities, Fitness Fridays, and our month-long Healthy Upland Walking Challenge.
Baldy View Dog Park
Located on 11th Street, between Mountain Avenue and San Antonio Avenue, Upland
Come out, socialize, and enjoy a warm day with other dog lovers! Open from dawn to dusk with a fenced in park with a separate fenced area for smaller and timid dogs.
Historic Upland Walking Tours
Join us for an in-depth look at Upland's history, downtown businesses and people that define the City of Gracious Living. Tours are held the 2nd Saturday of the month. Tours are approximately two hours and one mile in length over flat surfaces. The tour is free. There is a $5 suggested donation for the Cooper Regional History Museum.
For additional information or to confirm walking tour dates, please contact (909) 982-8010.
Share The Trail - Etiquette & Safety Tips
Trail Etiquette & Safety Tips: Help Make The Trails Better For Everyone
- A friendly "hello" not only announces you to other trail users but creates a polite and friendly atmosphere.
- Share the trails and respect others. Stay to the right, pass on the left, and fold in when with a group.
- Show respect for wildlife and neighbors. You're traveling by their home.
- Announce yourself from behind when passing from behind.
- Cyclists reduce your speed when passing, in crowds, and in intersections.
- Keep headphone volumes low enough to hear what's happening around you.
- When walking with dogs, use a short leash, display license tags, and carry water.
- Take out what you bring in. Properly dispose of dog waste and trash items.
- Teach etiquette and safety to friends and children new to the trails.
- Wear proper trail attire and pack enough sunblock, snacks, and water for your journey.