Families looking to create their own adventure over Father’s Day weekend can enjoy self-guided access on several of Orange County’s vast open spaces and preserves. Discover a variety of different trails in the City of Irvine’s Bommer Canyon and Quail Hill, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Irvine Regional Park or the City of Newport Beach’s Buck Gully Reserve.
You can also revisit your favorite Landmarks together and reminisce about your favorite childhood traditions and adventures. Mountain bike through the canyons that you loved as a child or hike as a family and recreate childhood memories. You can create an adventurous scavenger hunt to enjoy while walking through a trail, looking for wildflowers and animals along the way. Regardless of the adventure, the lush Landmarks bring unforgettable experiences that can be shared with your dad this Father’s Day.
On Saturday, June 15, families can spend time together while giving back to nature during Laguna Canyon Foundation’s Keep It Wild - Big Bend at Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, or lend a hand at Irvine Ranch Conservancy’s one-of-a-kind Native Seed Farm. These activities are a great way to make memories while enhancing the local habitat of the Landmarks.
For a full list of activities and to learn about other ways to enjoy Father’s Day on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks, visit LetsGoOutside.org/activities. Most activities are free and open to the public with required pre-registration, which closes at 4 p.m. the day prior to each event.