Colton Property Management

Things to do in Colton!

Santa Ana River Trail

When finished, the Santa Ana River Trail will run 110 miles from the San Bernardino County National Forest to the Pacific Ocean in Huntington Beach. The trail is complete through the City of Colton, running over six miles between the Riverside County line on the west and the City of San Bernardino on the east.

The trail is completely paved and provides a Class 1 bike trail for enthusiasts of all ages. The Santa Ana River Trail may be accessed at the Colton Staging Area, located at the corner of La Cadena Drive and Tropica Rancho Road, just south of the Santa Ana River.


Luque Center

The Center is open appointment only for the Neighbor Helping Neighbor program. This program has a limited amount of non-perishable food, clothing, personal hygiene and medical type supplies/equipment (adult diapers, canes) available for Colton residents. These items are made possible through generous donations and events sponsored by Colton businesses, schools, groups and clubs for their neighbors in need.


Hutton Center

The Hutton Community Center is one of four neighborhood community centers in Colton. The center is located north of the 10 Freeway in Cesar Chavez Park. Hutton Center offers an active adult and senior program in the morning for those 50 and over, fondly referred to as the 50+ Club.


Thompson Teen Center

The Teen Center has a lot to offer from homework help to having a good time. There is plenty to do including gaming systems, TVs, and crafts. A computer lab is also available and can be used for homework projects, print out research, or surf the web. The monthly activity calendar for the Art Thompson Teen Center (ATTC) has weekly sports, crafts, board games, and Fridays filled with fun.