1. Daniel De La Torre

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    Question!I have my nephews from out of town visiting and wanted to take them on a hike…. they’re 10 and 16.I’m afraid of sycamore canyon in canyon crest because of several rattle snake warnings.at UCR Botanic Garden I’m concerned with mountain lion warnings now… how serious of a threat are they?any feed back would be greatly appreciatedthank you

  2. Buena Vista Realty Advisors

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    It’s a nice walk, it’s great exercise but there are other gardens that are a lot nicer. Too many weeds. Lot’s of lizards, but lots of dried stuff too. I expected more flowers this time of the year. Don’t buy the 3-4 hr parking pass unless you’re gonna kick back on a bench, you can walk it taking your time in less then 2hrs. But you can’t beat the price or proximity

  3. Philipp Beckers

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    As for now I rate it as “OK” since at least my guess is that high summer is not really the time to visit this place. I would love to give it a chance in spring, but my holidays are limited. 🙂 It was mostly very dry and thus gave a dead impression in the back end, the front was ok, more lively looking actually. Good was the butterfly garden, liked that one, and interesting where definitely their selection of cactuses. So if I should make it at a better time of the year here, I will update my review accordingly.

  4. Raul Urroz

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    Beautiful. This is a great place to take the family on a walk and just get away from the fast pace world. Its very well maintained and 25¢ parking for 1HR is awesome. Give this place a go. Treat yourselves to the outdoors and hike up to the top of the hill and back.

  5. David Wynne

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    Nice place, but UCR parking will make you lose your mind. Note: the parking permit for the gardens lot is not transferable to other lots, so don’t buy one until you actually have a spot.