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Trails & Recreation

 

Enjoy it all!

YLP has miles of trails for walking, running and horseback riding. The most popular surrounds Blue Heron Lake. There are others running through YLP green spaces and along Lilley and Rivas mountains. Our Trails and Recreation Committee works to keep the trails marked and cleared.
TRAIL EASEMENTS
Easements of five feet along the front, sides and rear of each lot exist for the use and maintenance of recreational trails, including bridle trails.
ROAD EASEMENTS
Parking is very limited at the trailheads. The Governing Documents state “No vehicle shall be parked on the paved portion of any street in the Subdivision.” You are allowed to park on the road easement between the property line and the pavement. For fire safety, do not drive or park on vegetation higher than 2 inches.


Upcoming events


Much more recreation!

Trails are only the beginning — go down this page to learn about our Rec Center, baseball field, and other facilities that each have their own pages — Swimming Pool and Tennis Court and Equestrian Center.

Scenes on the trail

Rec Center

Yosemite Lake Park’s Rec Center is located on Long Hollow Drive just west of Glacier Drive.

Along with a baseball field — which can be lighted at night — basketball court and horseshoe pits, there is a playground and picnic area with tables and barbecue grill.

Event parking is also provided. Contact YLOA for events and availability.

Baseball field

In spring, the ballpark is home to the Yosemite Little League, which has an active Facebook page and website with schedule of games.

Trails & Recreation Committee documents

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