For the park in the Santa Monica Mountains, see Wildwood Regional Park.
Historic buildings remain in the park from the 1930s Hi Up House ranch and 1940s Hunt Ranch eras. 
After a flood threatened developers’ housing subdivision plans, the California Department of Parks and Recreation acquired 900 acres (360 ha) in the canyon. In May 2003 a park dedication ceremony was held at Wildwood Canyon. 
Wildwood Canyon State Park
Wildwood Canyon State Park is currently open only for day use, from sunrise to sunset. The primary activities are horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking. 
Wildwood Canyon hosts diverse wildlife. Birds commonly seen include the California quail, western meadowlark, towhee, phainopepla, red-tailed hawk, Bewicks wren, Bullocks oriole, and white-tailed kite. Bobcats, black bears, gray foxes can be found in the park. Mountain lions use the canyon as a wildlife corridor. The San Diego pocket mouse, a threatened species due to declining to habitat loss, is found in the canyon. 
The dominant plant communities are grasslands in most open areas, and chaparral sage scrub on the slopes. Dominant chaparral plants include chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum), scrub oak (Quercus berberidifolia), California lilacs (Ceanothus), and black sage (Salvia mellifera). buckwheat, monkey flower, Lord’s candle and silk tassel bush.
- California chaparral and woodlands
- Protected areas of San Bernardino County, California
- San Bernardino Mountains topics
- Parks.ca.gov: official Wildwood Canyon website
- Yucaipa.org: Wildwood Canyon State Park — with trails map.
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