While the ” El Corazon Specific Plan” excludes bikes and equestrians, and contains very little trail, including trail that is closed unless led by docents, the “specific plan” is open to change. Being a “regional park,” El Corazon should include a larger trail element being that the other regional/metropolitan/metroparks in San Diego typically contain a non-exclusionary/multi-use trail elements in addition to natural, historic, and recreational elements.
City of Oceanside El Corazon History and Planning page: link
orange and yellow lines are for trail representation only, not actual
- this only a draft, and is NOT meant to serve as an existing trail map because most of these trails DO NOT exist, and some are not depicted
- lines serve for informational perspective only, and do not represent actual routing
Existing Exclusionary and Limited Access Trail Plan:
Yellow trail is about 1.5 miles. A perimeter trail could be about 5 miles and serve as a means to ring the park with minimal impact, have multiple pedestrian and bike access points to the facilities from surrounding streets.
El Corazon Specific Plan trail related documents: