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Park Hours: 7 a.m. to sunset.  Note: Parking lot closes at sunset.

Visitor Center Hours: Monday–Friday 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Enter and exit the Awma Road parking lot via Alicia Parkway only.
Trails may be closed for three days or more following rain.

Parking Fee: $3 daily. Machine accepts $1 bills and quarters or Visa/Master Card. Annual passes available to purchase in the park office. Please call ahead for staff availability.

Approximately 4,500 acres of wilderness and natural open space land. Originally, part of the Juaneno or Acajchemem tribal land, it later was owned by Don Juan Avila, Louis Moulton, The Mission Viejo Company and now is under the jurisdiction of OC Parks. Within the park lands are mature oaks, sycamores, and elderberry trees, two year round streams and more than 30 miles of official trails. Many rare and endangered plants and animals make this park their home. This park is designated as a wildlife sanctuary.

Location Amenities
Bike Trails
Bird Watching
Equestrian Trails
Hiking Trails
Interpretive Programs
Picnic Areas
Scenic overlook