North Santa Ana is a haven of parks, single family homes, and good schools. It’s placement is ideal for living a rural live while being minutes away from urban needs. The area is set apart from other parts of Santa Ana and the area by the natural landscape.
The Santa Ana River Trail is a multi-use trail complex that runs alongside the Santa Ana River. The trail stretches 30 miles from the Pacific Ocean at Huntington Beach along the Santa Ana River to the Orange/Riverside county line. It is the longest multi-use trail in Southern California, currently being restored to span 100 miles.
Santiago Creek is a major watercourse in Orange County and in the U.S. About 34 miles long, it drains most of the northern Santa Ana Mountains and is a tributary to the Santa Ana River. It is one of the longest watercourses entirely within the county.
The Santiago Creek watershed covers about 100 square miles in northern Santa Ana and northern Orange County. The upper part of the creek is free-flowing, while the lower section is urbanized and includes parts of the cities of Tustin, Orange, and Santa Ana.
River View Golf Course in Santa Ana offers a unique and challenging golfing experience which can be found nowhere else in Orange County.
Several of our golf holes play adjacent to or across the seasonal Santa Ana River. Playing these holes can be a challenge that tests not only the golfer’s skill but their ability to successfully navigate a challenging golf hole. Nowhere else in Southern California is there a river mid-city to challenge a golfer’s game.
This course has played host to many tournaments and championship events over the years. Past River View Tournament winners have included Scott Simpson, Lew Cooper, Louie Carrasco Jr. and Tiger Woods.