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All reviews visitor center nature center small museum enjoy nature limited parking ecological reserve quiet spot great walk bird life migrating birds off the beaten path native plants nice hiking trails jumping fish water birds preserve freeway
We bring our dog here everyday to walk around the lagoon as she loves the bountiful lizard chasing. They have several doggie poop bag stations so no need to worry if you forget your poop bags. Its peaceful and accessible with ample parking. This is...More
Small park with well-kept wide trails and a Footbridge. overlooking San Elijo Lagoon. You will often see mullets jumping out of the water and some waterfowl. We even saw a crab once. Cute little Visitor Center and a living roof on top! Nice little respite...More
This is a small well maintained natur preserve: attention to local history and lagoon life. Docent gives tours, plenty of benches and signs educating young and old about local nature. The preserve is busy with dog walkers, young families and bird watchers . Level path,...More
This is at the west end of a larger reserve, there are great nature trails where you may take your dog on a leash. It is also possible to take trails from here under the freeway and accross to Ranch Santa Fe.
Great experience for my 2 energetic toddlers. Educational material about the local wildlife and environment inside the center. Lagoon is not the most exciting but great way to relax and get away from the every day stress. walking trails are clean and safe. one of...More
There may be car noise from the freeway, but this is a most amazing place to take a stroll. Depending on the time of year this is a nesting ground, resting place for migrating birds and home to many species of animals from coyotes, fox,...More
I spent several hours walking the trails here one morning on a recent trip to the area. Quite enjoyable! Most trails are not particularly difficult. There are some short trails that would be acceptable for people with physical limitations too.