Free Guided Nature Walk At The Mission Trails Regional Park
Above: Image of Mission Trails Regional Park.
Every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday, join a Mission Trails Regional Park Trail Guide on a free guided nature walk from the Visitor Center and learn about the history, geology, plants, animals and ecology of the park.
Reservations are not required.
Trail Guides choose from three trails:
1. The Oak Grove Trail leads to a small oak woodland with majestic coast live oaks and rare Engelmann oaks.
2. The Visitor Center Loop Trail takes you through coastal sage scrub, chaparral, and riparian woodland habitats.
3. The Riverside Grinding Rocks Trail leads to one of the archaeological sites in the park, where Kumeyaay Indians historically ground acorns on the rocks for food.
Walks may also include the Native Plant Garden near the Visitor Center.
These interpretive nature walks are offered to enhance your appreciation of our open space and the unique beauty of San Diego’s natural environment. Walks are free and open to the public, with no reservations required.
Each walk lasts about an hour and a half. The trails used are easy, but have uneven surfaces and some involve steps, so be sure to wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and bring along water. A hat and sunscreen are also recommended.
Please Note: Walk canceled if raining.
For more information, visit mtrp.org
Location: Mission Trails Regional Park, 1 Father Junipero Serra Trl, San Diego, CA, 92119 Google Map