February 23, 2019
6:30 AMExtreme Cardio Hike: Fremont, Blind, Weir CanyonsJoin us for a fast-paced, early morning, extreme cardio hike in Fremont Canyon and Weir Canyon. This approximately 10-mile cardio hike is completed in 3 hours and includes an 1,800-foot elevation change. This hike is for experienced, physically fit cardio hikers who enjoy the challenge of multiple steep climbs and descents. Ages 18 and up. Registration is required.
February 23, 2019
8:00 AMExplore Weir Canyon: Animal Signs and TracksCome join us as we hike 5 miles through the lovely Weir Canyon. Before our hike starts a brief introduction to animal tracks and scats will be given. Along our journey, we will be looking for any signs animals might have left behind for us to find. Tracks, scats, and other signs are out there waiting for us to find them! Ages 12 and up, accompanied by an adult. Registration is required.
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February 13, 2019  Spring 2019 Scholastic Surfing Class ScheduleCapistrano Unified School District conducts surfing classes for students at Salt Creek Beach throughout the school year. The beach remains open to the public during these times. Please see the link below for days and times the beach may be affected. ( View PDF )

February 1, 2019  Ladera and Chiquita Ridge Trails to ReopenUpcoming trail work will reopen and realign some trails in southern portions of O’Neill Regional Park, including Water Works, Ladera and Chiquita Ridge trails
February 1, 2019  Upcoming Projects May Close TrailsMaintenance activities scheduled the week of Feb. 11 will cause some trail closures at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, weather permitting. Work is scheduled for West Ridge and Canyon Acres trails. Rain may delay these projects.
November 6, 2018  2018-19 Trout Stocking Schedule by WeekUpcoming trout 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 )