The Landmarks are an important part of Orange County’s native wildlands, which is why we need to protect and restore these sensitive habitats to ensure they thrive for years to come. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers, Irvine Ranch Conservancy can successfully execute restoration projects throughout the Landmarks, as well as create remarkable experiences for the community. Everyday our volunteers donate their time to our natural resources, whether it's guiding a hike, tending to plants, watching for fires, or inspiring future stewards, we couldn’t be more thankful.
This Thanksgiving, take the time to experience and appreciate some of these stunning lands in person. Irvine Ranch Conservancy and its partners offer a variety of free activities for all skill levels. Experience the historic Bommer Canyon during Wilderness Access Day this Saturday, November 20 or work off your Thanksgiving meal with fitness hikes on Hicks Haul Road.
There are also a variety of Landmark destinations that are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk. Gather friends and family for an outdoor adventure in Newport Beach’s Buck Gully Reserve, OC Parks’ Laguna Coast Wilderness Park or Crystal Cove State Park.
Irvine Ranch Conservancy wishes you a happy Thanksgiving and we hope you get to spend it with the ones you love! To learn more about the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks visit LetsGoOutside.org.