OC Parks has opened a new trail to teach families about plants and animals in four local habitats: oak woodland, coastal sage scrub, riparian and chaparral.
The Habitat Adventure Trail features interpretive panels, nature-themed play stations and native plants throughout 4 acres near the entrance to Irvine Regional Park.
“This trail allows visitors of all ages to have fun learning about plants and animals that live in Orange County’s natural habitats,” Orange County Board of Supervisors Chairman Donald P. Wagner said at a ribbon-cutting event in October.
Irvine Regional Park is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Parking is $3 per vehicle weekdays and $5 on weekends.
Learn more at ocparks.com/irvinepark.