Woodcrest is an equestrian area of Riverside California
Woodcrest is an equestrian area of Riverside California

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About Woodcrest

Woodcrest is a wonderful equestrian neighborhood filled with horses and ranches. This Riverside community is a census-designated place (CDP) and is still in the process of building new housing developments.

Woodcrest’s first subdivision, the Oak Glen Tract, was built in 1905 and today there five subdivisions. In 1936 the post office was closed but residents continued to use the Woodcrest name. You will find many large estates with room for barns and luxury houses here.

Woodcrest is served by several public facilities such as Woodcrest Elementary School, Martin Luther King Jr. High School and highly ranked Frank Augustus Miller Middle School. Parents also have many private schools in Riverside to choose from including Son Shine Christian School, Azure Hills Adventists Elementary, and Mojave River Academy. Higher education is available through Riverside City College, La Sierra University, and the University of California, Riverside.

There are several centers in this area like the Riverside Plaza and Main Street Downtown which offers a pedestrian mall lined with eclectic boutiques. The Galleria at Tyler features stores like American Eagle Outfitters, Barns & Noble, GameStop, Yankee Candle and Oakley. There is also a movie theater as well as many services like banking, nail designs, and jewelry repair.

Riverside is the most populous city in the Inland Empire and is an hour east from Los Angeles. Its history is rich with the citrus industry which is a big part of California’s development. This city is also the home to Riverside is home to the Riverside Fox Theater where Gone with the Wind was first shown in 1939. Other city attractions include the Riverside Metropolitan Museum, the Riverside International Automotive Museum, and the California Museum of Photography.

The city’s biggest employers include the County of Riverside, Riverside Unified School District, UCR, Alvord Unified School District, and the local hospitals. There are three medical facilities: Riverside Community Hospital, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, and Parkview Community Hospital.

Woodcrest Schools

School Districts

Grade Levels

  • Elementary Schools: 95
  • Middle Schools: 52
  • High Schools: 46

Types of Schools

  • Public Schools: 75
  • Private Schools: 51
  • Charter Schools: 5

* Data courtesy of Greatschools.org