Hikes & Walking Trails In Palo Alto, CA
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A nonprofit environmental education center, organic farm, and wilderness preserve. "Inspiring a just and sustainable future through our programs, land, and legacy."
Camp Unalayee has been taking kids on outdoor adventures since 1949. Located in Northern California’s Trinity Alps, we are a non-profit, co-ed wilderness summer camp that provides meaningful outdoor experiences for children ages 10-17.
Now in its 36th year, Camp Chrysalis has developed a distinctive approach to environmental education, camping in three spectacular environments: Big Sur redwoods, Mendocino coast and Sierra Nevada mountains. The best camper:staff ratio of 4:1.
At NatureBridge, students study environmental science, families come together to connect with the natural world and in the summer the local kids explore the wonders of their own backyard.
Marin GreenPlay Camp is in its 7th summer of providing nature awareness and adventure summer camps to kids in Marin and San Francisco.
Waterfront area featuring windsurfing, a biking trail, dog park & outdoor classrooms led by rangers.
Garin & Dry Creek Regional Parks are a great place to escape to and get back to nature. There are many adventures to find on the many trails, beautiful views, wild animals, and a nice picnic area to take a break and rejuvenate.
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