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Outdoor Education

Get Wild

Guided Nature
Hikes & Classes

We are proud to offer Outdoor Education programs to help residents get in touch with their natural environment! The programs are aimed at teaching our community about their natural habitat including native plants and animals and the many benefits they provide us. Fun for all ages! #GetWild

For all hikes please come prepared with a mask, sturdy hiking shoes, a hat, water, sunscreen, and binoculars.

Camarillo Grove Park

Native Plants Hike

Sunday, September 13, 9-11am
Camarillo Grove Park (meet at the Nature Center)
Join us on a hike as you learn about the different local flora of the area. 
Registration available soon!

Sunflower Suncatchers Class

Monday, September 21, 11:30am-1pm
Camarillo Grove Park (meet at the Nature Center)
As summer comes to an end, catch the sun and it have it shine all year long! We’ll learn how to make sunflower suncatchers out of everyday items!
Registration available soon!


Birds of Fall Hike

Saturday, September 26, 9-11am
Camarillo Grove Park (meet at the Nature Center)
The parks are alive with bird activity. Migration is in full swing. Over 100 kinds of birds can be found in our area. 
Registration available soon!


Pre-registration required. Parking fee is waived. All materials will be provided while supplies last. If raining hikes and classes will be cancelled. 

Custom Group Activity Requests Available

If your school or organization would like to rent the Nature Center for a special event or arrange for a custom field trip, please contact Katlyn Simber-Clickener (805) 482-1996.

Hiking Trail Map