Many communities in the Inland Empire provide excellent, inexpensive options for staying active:

City of Riverside Riverside

Parks Map for the city of Riverside


Free Exercise Classes (Zumba, Tai Chi, etc.)

provided by Riverside Community Health Foundation

Free Strength and Conditioning Classes for people with Type 1/Type 2 Diabetes

  • Taught by a diabetic specialist
  • Location: Anytime Fitness (3191 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507)
  • When: First Monday of every month 5:30-6:30 PM
  • Questions? Contact Art or Mitzi at (951) 643-3992
  • RSVP: 24 Hours in Advance

Free Monthly Diabetes Class

Community Centers

Twelve community centers across the city provide local residents resources to meet and recreate.

Jurupa ValleyJurupa Valley

Trails Map

Parks Map

City of Moreno Valley Moreno Valley

City Parks Map

Moreno Valley’s city park system has 32 parks and/or joint-use facilities and includes a 9-hole executive golf course, 24 multi-use sports fields, 11 tennis courts, nine basketball courts, 28 play apparatus, and three recreation centers.


Bicycle Trail Map

City of Temecula Temecula

Parks Map

Bicycle Lanes & Trails

Community Recreation Center

  • The CRC complex houses class and meeting rooms, a gymnasium, swimming pool, teen room with tv, video games, pool tables, a multi-purpose room with stage and kitchen facilities, and an outdoor amphitheater.
  • 30875 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula, CA 92592
  • Phone: (951) 694-6410

Temecula Skate Park

Free Exercise Classes