Birding · Views · Wildflowers
Access is from the El Chorro Regional Park Botanical Garden
Need to Know
Trail is not continuously maintained but well defined. Adjacent plants may partially overhang the trail in many places.
Parking is free on weekdays and $3 on weekends. There are restrooms at the main park.
This trail starts from Dairy Creek Road. The trail starts along the edge of an oak grove and after a short distance enters the oaks. The trail weaves through the oaks passing many bright and colorful flowers as it goes easily up the hill. The trail is mostly shaded but opens up to views of the Dairy Creek Golf Course and later the greater surrounding area.
Flora & Fauna
Poison oak adjacent to the trail at ankle and knee level.
Shared By: Jeff Stallman