March 21, 2019
8:30 AMFitness Hike at Dilley

This is a stenuous, fast-paced hike. Please be sure you can maintain a 19 minute mile pace. Please arrive 15 minutes early.

Raise your heart rate and your spirits on this strenuous, fast-paced 5.5-mile hike over steep and uneven terrain (900-foot elevation gain) with Laguna Canyon Foundation volunteers.

  • Ages 15 and up.
  • Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, James Dilley Preserve (I-5 or 405 south to 133 south to stoplight at 73 toll road; and make a U-turn, go 1 block. Dilley is on the right).
  • For questions, call 949-497-8324 Mon-Fri or 949-923-2200 Sat/Sun.
  • Parking: $3 per vehicle.
March 21, 2019
10:15 AMBonkers For Bunnies Preschool Program
  • Come learn all about bunnies and meet some up close!
  • Class includes hands-on learning and fun crafts.
  • Ages 3-4 years old only. Parent must accompany child for duration of program.
  • Fee: $5 per child (includes one adult).
  • Parking: $3 per vehicle.
  • Registration is required! Call (714) 973-6846 to register.
  • Please note these Easter-themed classes fill quickly!


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March 19, 2019  2019 Wildflower SeasonWildflowers are now blooming in OC Parks. Please follow all park rules while you enjoy the flowers. Make sure to stay on marked trails and do not pick the flowers. Click the link for a video about wildflower viewing.
March 15, 2019  2019 Catfish Stocking by WeekUpcoming catfish stocking schedules by week for Carbon Canyon, Craig, Clark, Tri-City, Irvine, Laguna Niguel, Mile Square and Yorba regional parks.

More specific dates are not given to avoid focusing excess fishing activity immediately after a plant.

California fishing license required and all California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife rules apply. ( View PDF )

March 14, 2019  OC Parks Volunteer Information NightJoin OC Parks staff and volunteers Monday, March 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Irvine Regional Park to learn about the various volunteer opportunities available in many of our OC Parks facilities. Travel around to park booths to meet park staff, ask questions, and learn what a "day in the life" of a typical volunteer at that facility would be like. Visit as many or as few park booths as you are interested in.
March 12, 2019  Capistrano Beach Battles Erosion

OC Parks is taking action and developing a long-term strategy to preserve public access and amenities at Capistrano Beach after coastal erosion seriously damaged a walkway.

The beach has long battled debris and damage during strong tidal conditions, and after a large storm in November 2018, the wooden boardwalk collapsed. OC Parks filed an emergency permit with the California Coastal Commission for temporary stabilization measures.

The area around the existing basketball courts and restroom building were seriously compromised. Removing the courts and restroom was necessary for public safety and to prevent further damage that could lead to ocean debris and pollution.