Crystal Cove Conservancy
Crystal Cove Conservancy is the nonprofit public benefit partner to Crystal Cove State Park, employing a social enterprise model to fund important preservation, education, and conservation initiatives.
Crystal Cove State Park is welcoming visitors with their monthly program of events. For more information, visit www.crystalcovestatepark.org.
Crystal Cove Tidepools 7.30
Enjoy an early morning low tide and beat the crowds at Crystal Cove
Explore Crystal Cove State Park at your own pace. Head out on the Environmental Study Loop Trail or into Moro Canyon with self-guided activities on this Family Fun Morning on Fridays, July 1 and 5 from 9-11 a.m. Look for animal evidence, smell local plants, and listen for bird songs while learning about the natural resources in the park. Meet a Park Naturalist to pick up your adventure goodies at the Ranger Station. (PCH inland at stoplight at School-State Park and follow the signs toward the Ranger Station). $15 day-use parking fee.
Join a Park Ranger for a fun introduction to the animals and plants of Crystal Cove State Park in their weekly Junior Ranger programs taking place on Tuesdays, July 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 10-11 a.m. This children’s nature program is a favorite in State Parks and allows kids to earn a badge, stamps, a poster, or a patch. Meet at the Ranger Station. (PCH inland at stoplight at School-State Park and follow the signs toward the Ranger Station).