What Else Can I See in Lake Elsinore?
Lake Elsinore is home to over 200 species of animals, including birds, reptiles, mammals, and fish. It’s a great place to get up-close and personal with the natural environment and learn about the different ecosystems that exist in the area. The "Back Basin" along the Lake Elsinore Levee is a popular destination for birdwatchers, and you'll find dozens of species of birds here, including great blue herons, egrets, and raptors. The park also has a bicycle trail, a wetland area, and picnicking areas, making it a great spot for family outings. You can also explore downtown, walk along the lake’s shore, go fishing or boating, and hike the various trails in the area.
Lake Elsinore provides ample opportunities for visitors to explore its stunning scenery, with plenty of hiking, biking, and walking trails to choose from. The hiking trails range in difficulty, from easy, family-friendly hikes to challenging treks that require a bit of experience. The hills and valleys are dotted with oak, chaparral, and other native plants, making for a beautiful backdrop for outdoor adventures and photographs.