Post Summary: Things to Do in Channel Islands Planning a trip to Channel Islands National Park can be a daunting task since it’s not as easy as getting in your car and start driving then figuring out as you go. This park encompasses five remarkable islands – Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara islands. The park protects their ocean environment, preserving and protecting a wealth of natural and cultural resources. Here are 14 things not to miss on your first visit to Channel Islands National Park. Getting to Channel Islands National Park Channel Islands National Park can only be reached by boat.** The ferries are provided by Island Packers.…
Spring is a special time to spend in the national parks. During this season the temperatures are starting to get warmer and life returns to the area. Wildlife comes out of hibernation becomes more active as spring begins to bloom in the parks. Most parks begin to reopen during the spring after limited access during the winter months. The best part, flowers begin to bloom in fields and along the hiking trails. Here are the 23 Best USA National Parks to Visit in the Spring. What to Pack for a Spring National Park Trip America the Beautiful National Parks Pass: If you intend to visit more than 3 National Park…
Post Summary: Channel Islands Camping They are often referred to as the “Galapagos of North America.” In a way the Channel Islands of California are. They are small islands off the coast where several unique species have developed. They range from the cute and curious Channel Island fox to the bright blue Island Scrub Jay. While most visitors to Channel Islands come for the day, one of the highlights of the park is to spend a few days camping on the islands. Camping in Channel Islands National Park gives one the chance to explore more of the park and experience the park after dark. Channel Island Camping Things to Know…
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