Coronado, California is full of natural beauty. As an island off the coast of the California mainland, it has incredible nature and beaches. And what better way to experience this than with a Coronado nature walk? These walks allow you to really learn about the island and its animal and plant life.
What can I expect from the Coronado Nature walks?
During the Coronado nature walks, you’ll explore the beach and see various habitats in the state beach. Search for plants and animals that live in the area, and use binoculars and hand lenses to better find them. These walks are a great way to learn more about Coronado’s nature and experience its endless beauty.
This experience is open to people of all ages, though kids need to be accompanied by an adult.
Where is it?
Silver Strand State Beach
5000 Highway 75
Coronado, CA 92118
When you arrive for the Coronado nature walks, you’ll want to wait by the lifeguard headquarters. Look for the 4-story tower on the ocean side of the park.
When are the walks?
These nature walks are offered on most Sundays. They last an hour, from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm.
Currently the nature walks are offered on these dates:
- November 3
- November 10
- November 17
- November 24
- December 1
- December 8
- December 15
- December 22
- December 29
How much does this cost?
The Coronado nature walks are free! All you have to do is show up! However, there is a fee to drive into and park inside the Silver Strand State Beach.
Have you ever taken a Coronado nature walk?
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