The San Dieguito Lagoon Auxiliary recently launched a website to aid their mission of promoting the protection, preservation, and restoration of the natural environment and wildlife of the Lagoon, and the River Valley on which it depends. View the new website here!
The San Dieguito River Park JPA and our partners are proud to announce we were selected to receive a $257,000 grant for the State Parks Outdoor Equity Program to advance California’s “Outdoors for All” initiative. The funding helps establish hubs for local activities and trips to natural areas for underserved communities. The program also empowers… Read More »
Beat the heat with a morning tour of Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead! The Friends of Sikes Adobe are now offering free public tours most Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Tours in and around the house are led by knowledgeable docents and cover lots of local history. Visit the Events page for tour dates!… Read More »
This month the David Kreitzer Lake Hodges Bicycle & Pedestrian Bridge is featured on KUSI’s World of Wonder! Ranger Felipe Franco took host David Scott across the bridge and behind the scenes to highlight the bridges importance to our park and the local community. Learn more about the bridge and watch Ranger Franco on his… Read More »
Help us share the rules & regulations that keep the park fun and safe for all. Review the rules of the San Dieguito River Park. Think about why those rules are important for park users and wildlife. Color and design your own park sign using the PDF files below. Return your park sign to a San… Read More »
If you have been to the park lately you might have noticed these beautiful plants blooming. Its scientific name is Hesperoyucca whipplei but it also goes by chaparral yucca, Quixote yucca, foothill yucca, Spanish dagger, and even Our Lords Candle (because of the beautiful glow when the sunlight was directly behind the blossoming plant). One… Read More »