Arlington is a city in Riverside County, CA. It has a population of around 12,000 people and is growing quickly. Arlington offers many things to do for families or singles that are looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. What will you do while visiting?
Have Fun in a Park
There are many things to do in Arlington and one of the best ways to get a taste of what this city has to offer is by visiting its parks. If you love sports, whether it be soccer or tennis, head on over to Robert L. Smith Park where there are many organized leagues that take place throughout the year like the summer softball league (April-June) and fall fastpitch league (August-October). This park also features batting cages; perfect for young kids who want some time at bat during your visit!
If spending an afternoon with friends playing some games sounds more appealing than getting sweaty running up and down a field, try out Hickey Pool & Sprayground located right next door. There’s something fun for everyone here including wading pools, slides, and a playground.
If you’re looking for something to do in Arlington that’s free of charge then the Hickey Pool & Spraygrounds is perfect for your family! If it seems like you’ve been there before or if you want to try out some new things while visiting Riverside CA, head over to Davis Park where there are many organized leagues and tournaments taking place throughout the year as well as batting cages. This park also features two playgrounds: one with equipment designed for kids ages five and under and another specifically designated toddler play area – so everyone can have fun at this wonderful city gem!
Hiking and Nature Trails
While it might be tempting to spend all your time in the pool or at a park, Arlington has so much more for you and your family to discover. You can head out on one of many nature trails that are found throughout the city where you’ll have access to beautiful hiking trails as well as scenic views overlooking Riverside County. Covina Hills is located just off Barranca Avenue near Devore Heights Park and offers over four miles of multi-use non-motorized paths perfect for biking or walking through wonderful oak trees while taking in nature’s beauty. This trailhead also features an open field with benches situated underneath shade trees which makes this location ideal for picnics or relaxing outdoors after a hike!