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Have you ever tasted a Douglas Fir needle or a California Laurel leaf? You will have opportunities to observe, smell, touch, taste, draw, and photograph some of the park’s offerings as we encounter, share, and discuss our interactions with nature. This interactive outing will all take place on flat paths and trails that are suitable for participants who bring strollers, walkers, wheelchairs, canes, or anyone with limited mobility. We will have a few stops of 5-10 minutes for nature journaling, sketching for kids, or photography, so bring your nature journal, camera, or binoculars, if you have them.
This outing will take place inside Sugarloaf Ridge SP’s campground. Limited parking for people with CA Disabled Placards, Plates, or stickers will be available in sites 6 and 7; please let us know at the time of sign up if you need this accommodation. If you don’t need accessible parking, please park at the main parking lot and meet us over at site 6. Tickets are $10 for general audiences, $5 for youth, students, Sugarloaf members, Sugarloaf volunteers, and free for children under 12. Wear comfortable shoes and warm clothing. Bring at least a quart of water and if desired, a snack.
Ease of access: The campground loop is a paved road with a slope of no more than 5°. Accessible parking is available within the campground at sites 6 and 7 for those who request it. Accessible bathrooms are available next to site #9, a few feet away from sites 6 and 7.