Club 30

The Surgeon General of the United States currently recommends 30 minutes per day, 6 days per week of exercise. The City of Laguna Hills has developed CLUB 30 in an effort to provide our residents 30 minute exercise opportunities.

Obesity Epidemic
Our nation is currently facing an obesity epidemic. According to the Surgeon General:
  • Nearly 2 out of every 3 Americans are overweight or obese.
  • One out of every 8 deaths in America is caused by an illness directly related to weight and obesity.
Reduce Obesity
The Surgeon General has identified 3 key factors which must be addressed in order to reduce obesity in the United States:
  • Increased physical activity
  • Healthier eating habits
  • Improved health literacy
Physical Activity
In order to address the need for increased physical activity, the City of Laguna Hills is committed to offering classes which meet the recommended 30 minutes per day of exercise. "Club 30" provides the community with quick, convenient exercise options that can fit into even the busiest of schedules.

30 Minute Walks
Invite a friend, neighbor, or family member to join you and get your 30 minutes of exercise in each day with self guided walks for all levels and ages. Are you dropping your child off for a basketball, baseball, or soccer practice, an art lesson or dance class? Why not get your heart pumping with this invigorating walk that begins and ends at the Laguna Hills Community Center and Sports Complex?
  1. Aliso Creek Walk
  2. El Conejo Walk
  3. Get Your Heart Pumping Walk
  4. Oso Creek Walk
  5. Toddler Walk
  6. Work-Out Walk
Aliso Creek Walk
To begin your walk:
  1. Head east on the paved bike-way from Community Center Drive and Alicia Parkway.
  2. Follow the bike-way as it goes past the High School.
  3. Use the crosswalk at Laguna Hills Drive to get to the east side of Paseo De Valencia.
  4. Then use the north-side crosswalk to cross Stockport Street and follow the Bikeway as it enters the Aliso Creek wilderness open space area.
  5. Turn right at the 1st fork in the trail and follow Bikeway over the creek.
  6. Turn right on the dirt trail (Juan Avila trail) on the other side.
  7. When you reach Paseo De Valencia, turn left on the bikeway to return to your starting point at the Laguna Hills Community Center.
This 2.25 mile route has some moderate grades. Dogs are allowed on leash.

  • Location: Laguna Hills Community and Sports Complex
  • Walking Time: 30 Minutes
  • Difficulty: Mostly flat terrain, with some moderate hills
  • Dogs Allowed: Yes, on leash
  • Map: Walking Map (PDF)