Come celebrate “California State Parks Week” and experience the darkest night of the month as we connect with nature on this new moon and take time to reflect on the natural, cultural and historical communities that have called this special place home. A park naturalist will lead hikers on this 2-hour, 3-mile moderate to difficult out and back trail with uneven terrain and a steep uphill climb which is suitable for ages 8 and up. Hikers must wear sturdy shoes, bring water, dress in layers, and bring a red flashlight (if you have one).
Meet at the Ranger Station (PCH inland at the stoplight School-State Park and follow the signs to the Ranger Station). $5 sunset rate.
This event is hosted by Crystal Cove State Park. For more information please contact 949-494-3539 or visit www.crystalcovestatepark.org.