Cambria Docent Ranch Walks
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve

Docent Walks

There are six series of General Docent Walks:and one series pd Single Topic Walks
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May

Saturday, 5/5 - 10AM
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Ocean Bluff Walk

Walk the Bluff Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a docent from Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. Enjoy the Ranch and gorgeous ocean views as we learn about seaweed, sea mammals, birds, and the plants along the Bluff Trail. The walk is about 2 hours and 2 miles long with no measurable elevation gain. Bring binoculars, if you have them. Children are welcome with adult supervision.

FFRP docent led walks are free of charge and open to the public. The walk will begin at the south end of the Bluff Trail. For information and directions, call Stephen at (805) 400-5366. Rain cancels the walk.

Saturday, 5/12 - 10AM
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Forest Loop Walk

Walk the Forest Loop Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a docent from Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. Enjoy a Monterey pine forest as we learn about the plants, animals, human history and the trails in this special part of Cambria. The walk is about 2 hours and 2.5 miles long with very little elevation gain. Bring water, shoes that protect the toes, and wear long pants to help protect from possible poison oak. Children welcome with adult supervision.

FFRP docent walks are free of charge and are open to the public. For information and directions to the Tipton Trail Head, call Stephen at (805) 400-5366. Rain cancels the walk.

Saturday May 26, 2018- 10AM
Forest and Coastal Prairies Walk

Enjoy a docent led walk on the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve. Start your 2 1/2 hour, 3 to 3 1/2 mile walk in the Monterey pine and California live oak forest before moving onto the Ranch grasslands with sweeping ocean views. We’ll learn about the flora and fauna, human history, and the trails in this area of the Ranch. Our walk will have some elevation gains but should be comfortable for most. Sturdy shoes and long pants to protect from poison oak are important. Bring water, camera, and binoculars if you have them. Children are welcome with adult supervision.


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Single Topic Walks

Given by experts in subjects such as archeology, birds, mushrooms and marine mammals

Scheduled approximately once per month

See Schedule and Details



School Related Walks
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School related Field trips are available with our Docent Program.
They can be tied to your Earth Science curriculum, which will meet the California life Science Standards, or even your art program. We also have available a Stewardship program for your students. A group of trained docents will greet you and introduce your students to the flora and fauna of our forest, grasslands and wet lands on the Ranch as well as a walk along the Bluff.