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Children will enjoy the Mini Mountain Bike course presented by the San Diego Mountain Bike Assn.
Getting ready for a pony ride at the East Fortuna Staging Area
Enjoying crafts at the East Fortuna Staging Area

Explore Mission Trails Day - May 20, 2017

FREE FAMILY FUN - Most activities 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Connecting with Nature is the theme for the 2017 Explore Mission Trails Day to be held on Saturday, May 20st. at the Mission Trails Regional Park (MTRP) East Fortuna Staging Area (EFSA).  This popular event features free guided nature walks, talks and programs throughout the park, including live animals and special programs for children. There will also be free pony rides beginning at 9. The pony rides operate until 2, but the line will close at 12:30. There will also be a mini mountain bike track presented by the San Diego Mountain Bike Association, a climbing wall, crafts for children, and many Discovery Stations.  

Full schedule of event  (download handout with event map)

Discovery Station Area

  • Discover Nature Activity Displays
  • Food for Purchase—Burgers, hotdogs, chips, sodas  11AM to 2PM

Comfort Station Building

  • Mission Trails Park Information & First-Aid Station
  • Restrooms
  • Mini Nature Hikes—10:30AM, 11:30AM & 12:30PM. Meet at Information Booth. Each walk is approx 30 minutes. Complete details.

Pony Ride Area

  • Pony Rides for Children—9AM to 12:30PM only
  • Kids Crafts

Outdoor Recreation & Public Safety Area

  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Mini Mountain Bike Track
  • Kids Crafts & Ranger Activities
  • Recreation & Public Safety Displays

Kumeyaay Lake Campground

  • Birds of Kumeyaay Lake walk—8 to 10AM
  • Twilight Walk—7 to 8:30PM
  • Star Party—7:30 to 10PM  Weather permitting

Thank you to our sponsors:

City of San Diego Special Promotional Program, County of  San Diego Community Enhancement Program, Republic Services, Superior Ready Mix REI, Lightspeed Outdoors, San Diego Family Magazine, San Diego Community News Network


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