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Irvine Regional Park

In 1897, the Irvine Company donated 304 oak- and sycamore-filled acres to Orange County residents, an area that ultimately came to be known as Irvine Regional Park. That initial gift of open space became the cornerstone for the company’s legacy of stewardship and conservation, which continues to this day. The popular park offers a full menu of family activities, including hiking and equestrian trails, softball fields, volleyball courts, a lagoon with paddleboats, and a steam-driven train.

Established in 1897, this popular park was the first of many land donations — replete with a variety of wildlife, outdoor activities, and even a steam-driven train.
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