Spring continues to bloom at Jack London State Historic Park.
The third in a series of spring wildflower outings led by Park naturalist John Lynch is focused on the interconnected web of nature at the Park. We will offer 2 different experiences. April 9th will be an easy 1.2 mile round-trip slow-paced walk to explore the wide variety of wildflowers along the Wolf House trail. While, April 15th will be an intermediate 8 mile hike on the back country trails to discover a wider variety of wildflowers. Expect to see Canyon Delphinium, Chinese Houses, Golden Fairy Lantern, Lupine, Popcorn Flower, Mules Ears (2 varieties)as well as the birds, reptiles and other plants that make up the eco-system of the Park. Our hikes are slow-paced so allow plenty of time, bring cameras, binoculars, poles, plenty of water, snacks and wear sturdy shoes. Be prepared for uneven ground.
Each outing is limited to 15 participants.
WALK: Sunday, April 9 from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. Meet at the House of Happy Walls Museum
HIKE: Saturday, April 15 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Meet in the ranch parking lot
Tickets are $15 per outing, per person (includes parking fee)