Monday, September 12, 2011

Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association Events

Here, are a couple of upcoming events in the Chino Hills State Park for those of you that are looking for things to do that are outdoor related. The events are hosted/done by the Chino Hills State Park Interpretive Association.

Open House at the Discovery Center
Saturday, October 1st 9:00 - 11:30 AM
Location: 4500 Carbon Canyon Road (Brea)
Cost: FREE
Though the interpretive displays are in development, visitors can get a tour of the Center, its Community Room, amphitheater, and take a stroll on a handicap accessible trail. Light refreshments will be provided for attendees! Interpretive sale items will be available. To download the complete flyer click Here.

Evening Program:
"Whoo, whoo" is in your neighborhood? (Part 1)
Saturday, October 8th 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Location: Rolling M Ranch in Chino Hills State Park
Cost: Event is FREE, Entrance to the Park $4
Join the State Park’s Interpretive Association to learn about guardians of the night – owls. It is always amazing to see these silent flyers or hear their eerie calls at night. We invite you to learn about owls, owl behavior, and their special hunting techniques. Arrive early with blankets to get a good seat! To download the complete flyer click Here.

Saturday, October 8th 4:00 PM - Sunday, October 9th 9:00 AM (Part 2)
Location: Group Camp Area
Cost: $10 per person or $8 per person for groups of four or more
Join us for an overnight adventure in the State Park to learn about the owls of Chino Hills State Park and to enjoy the yipping of coyotes in the distance. Camping reservations are required and can be made through our website. Campers must bring all of their own equipment and supplies. We highly recommend carpooling, arriving early to set up camp, and enjoying the sunset. We will camp at the Group Camp area. Note: There are no fires allowed. The fee covers the cost to camp in the Park and enjoy apple cider and popcorn before the Campfire program. To download the complete flyer click Here.

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