“There are special programs at Doheny over the summer months: Campfire Programs, Friday Nature Hikes,  Junior Rangers, and Thursday Fish Feeding that are always fun and educational.  You’re invite to come on down and enjoy them!”
THERE ARE NO COSTS FOR ANY OF THESE PROGRAMS.
THERE IS NO PARKING FEE FOR CAMPFIRE PROGRAMS.

RangerEVENING CAMPFIRE PROGRAMS
Programs are scheduled for the Campfire Center in the north end of the camp ground next to San Juan Creek.  Campers can easily walk to the Center, guests coming from the outside community can park in the east end of the main parking lot and walk across San Juan Creek Bridge.

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SEALS AND SEA LIONS OF CALIFORNIA
THURSDAY, August 16TH @ 8 PM
Guest speaker from the Pacific Mammal Center will be here to tell us about our local pinnipeds!
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FRIDAY NATURE HIKES WITH ERINN
MEET 10 AM @ THE VISITOR CENTER
Join Park Naturalist Erinn on a hike around the park to learn about Doheny’s natural treasures.

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DOHENY JUNIOR RANGER PROGRAM

Children 7 to 12 years of age.

June 18 – August 16
Junior Rangers is an interpretive activity that is designed for children to actively learn about some of the natural wonders that can be found throughout the California State Parks.  Doheny State Beach offers Junior Rangers during the summer months.  We meet Mondays-Thursdays at the Campfire Centerfrom 10:00 – 11:30 am. The daily activities vary depending upon the theme of the week (Tuesdays are nature walks.)
Younger children (Ranger Buddies) may participate with parental supervision.  Children from our local communities are invited to attend along with our park campers. For more information, contact Doheny Nature Interpreter Vickie Wiker at vwiker@parks.ca.gov .

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THURSDAY FISH FEEDING

Come check out what critters are really hiding in the tide pool and aquariums as Aquarist Bill brings the Visitor Center to life with fish-feedings on Thursdays at 1:00 pm.