Aliso\Wood Canyons Wilderness Park
Ralph B. Clark Regional Park
Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve
Carbon Canyon Regional Park
Ronald W. Casper's Wilderness Park
Chino Hills State Park
Cleveland National Forest
Crystal Cove State Park
Dana Point Youth & Group Facility
Doheny State Beach
Environmental Nature Center
The Nature Conservancy
Inside the Outdoors
Irvine Open Space Preserve
Irvine Regional Park
Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
Oak Canyon Nature Center
O'Neill Regional Park
Peters Canyon Regional Park
Thomas F. Riley Wilderness Park
Richard and Donna O'Neill Conservancy
San Clemente State Beach
San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary
Santiago Oaks Regional Park
Santiago Park & Nature Reserve
Shipley Nature Center
Starr Ranch Sanctuary
Transportation Corridor Agencies
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary
Upper Newport Bay Naturalists & Friends
Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve
Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park

Please Visit Our Sponsor
Friends of Harbors Beaches & Parks

Bob Allen - Orange County Wildflowers
Peter Bryant’s Natural History of OC
Stephanie Remington – Bats in Orange County


Be a Good Steward

With so many species of plants and animals and such a high density of people, we need to treat our remarkable wild lands with care. Hike and bike when the trails are absolutely dry to protect the area from erosion. Take only pictures and leave only footprints – on the trails.

Explore your local wild land areas. Attend a guided program; a hike, mountain bike, equestrian or kayak ride. Take your Passport with you!

Engage your children in a toddler program, school program, scout program or summer camp. Attend the monthly natural history lectures at the Santa Ana Zoo and be sure to ask questions if you have them!

Help maintain the lands you visit and the trails you use. Help with restoration and trails projects, join a public workday or a volunteer group. Register with the land manager to learn their requirements and all their volunteer opportunities.

Learn more of what the Orange County Wild project is all about.

Be Safe

Go prepared. Inquire about current trail conditions. Know and respect the rules and restrictions. Leave your itinerary with a friend. Carry a trail map. Hike or bike with a buddy.

ABOUT Orange County Wild

PASSPORT Inside Page
Public Guided Programs
School Programs
Toddler Programs
Scout Program
Summer Camp Providers
Volunteer Opportunities
OCWILD Program Contacts
Camp Wild 2007 Program
Landsteward Brochure
Orange County Wild Images

Hikers in Irvine Regional Park

Limestone Canyon
Photo Credit Stephen Francis Photography