Event Registration has Closed
Saturday, June 5, 8am-Noon
Camarillo Grove Park
This day is set aside to recognize all the incredible benefits that trails provide for recreation and exposure to nature. We are asking the community to come out to help maintain the beautiful hiking trail system at this natural park for all to enjoy. To attend any portion of the events on this day, use the form below to pre-register.
Starts at 8am - Bring shovels, rakes, gloves. Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty in.
Prompt start at 12pm (Noon) - Enjoy a free educational presentation titled "kayǝwǝš" (which translates as "calleguas", meaning "the head"): on place, language and culture. a talk with tšumaš (Chumash) scholar, Matthew Vestuto.
Hike capacity is full
Prompt start at 11am - Explore and learn about the nature all around you on this guided hike, led by a local expert on birds. You'll discover all sorts of things about the birds that inhabit and travel our area. Come dressed for the outdoors with comfortable walking shoes, sun protection and a water bottle.
View the map of the hiking trail that we will be working on at Camarillo Grove Park.Hiking Trail Map
For any questions please contact Katlyn Simber-Clickener, 805-482-1996 x107