Caspers Wilderness Park Nature Center sits above the park and playground with amazing views of San Juan Creek, Bell Creek, and mountains.
More than 17 family-friendly nature centers and interpretive centers around Orange County, CA that add meaning to park visits.
The Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center is a beautiful spot with interactive exhibits and trails in the Upper Newport Bay.
O’Neill Regional Park in Trabuco Canyon is the perfect spot for hiking & camping. It doubles as campground + nature-rich playground area.
Santiago Oaks Regional Park in Orange is an awesome spot for a family walk in nature. It also has a nature center with local exhibits.
Turtle Rock Community Park houses the Turtle Rock Nature Center, as well as an outdoor playground and natural park area for picnics.
I love nature centers and interpretive centers. Sometimes they are dusty and date back to the 70’s, but that makes me love them all the more. The little interpretive center …
The Santa Barbara Natural History Museum is more than a museum to me. It embodies my childhood. I was there when the museum acquired the blue whale that washed up …