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Humber Park

Humber Park in Idyllwild, CA, offers dog-friendly trails. There is paved parking and vault toilets at the trailhead. Adventure Pass or a National Parks Pass is required. Be sure Fido is leashed while hiking in this area. Please note that dogs are prohibited in the State Park Wilderness; check maps on their website for boundaries. Visit Website

Or call (909) 382-2921 for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

Humber Park has received a rating of 4.3 out of 5 bones by 6 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Patrick and Arthur
    Jun. 15, 2022
    Great Easy-Moderate Hike

    6mi (3mi in / 3mi back out) with lots of shade and fallen trees or rocks to sit on for water/rest breaks. Our 2 handled it well on a pretty hot (high 80s) June day.

    Parking lot allows for more than we expected and trails were less busy than expected compared to how many were parked.

    Highly recommend this trail - follow @patrickandarthur for more dog friendly travel recommendations and fun!

  • Laura
    Jun. 28, 2020
    Ernie Maxwell Trail

    Beautiful trail several streams for your dog to cool off !

  • Freda
    Mar. 18, 2020
    Ernie Maxwell Trail

    Right below the Humber Park trailhead is the Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail on the right. There's a very small parking turnoff and a sign that proclaims "Scenic Trail". If you don't feel like hiking the tougher trails, this is a beautiful easy trail, basically about 5 miles total if you do it as an out-and-back. Very enjoyable.

  • Kirsten
    Dec. 22, 2019
    Great trail

    Trail has some challenge if you and your dog are up for it. Parking is nice and easy to find once through the gate. Says you need a pass for the park as it is a national park, but we didn't have one and all was good, noticed others didn't have one either. Great workout!!!

  • Jack
    Apr. 27, 2019
    I’m a park, too

    Teré, your review was teréble. If you look for it, the park will present itself to you.

  • Tere
    Apr. 23, 2019
    Not a Dog Park

    Humber "Park" isn't a park at all.
    It is a trail head, with limited parking.

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