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Box Springs Mountain Park Basics
Fun for Furry Friends
The park is also dog-friendly. Keep in mind that you will need to keep your dog on a leash during your visit. There is an additional cost of $2 per dog if you're visiting the park with your four-legged friend. If you do take your dog to the park with you, be prepared to carry extra water. The risk of dehydration for you and your four-legged friend is high during the warmer months.
Getting to Box Springs Mountain Park
The entrance to Box Springs Mountain Park is located off the CA-60 in Riverside behind the University of California Riverside campus. You'll find two different parking areas available. Currently, parking costs $5 and restrooms are available near the entrance. Aside from Box Springs Mountain, there are several other mountain peaks within the park including Table Mountain and Sugarloaf Mountain. The park is open from 7 am to 7 pm each day.
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