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James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve

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Park, Nature ~ 3 hours

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Park, Nature~ 3 hours

350 Artisan Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

The James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Laguna Beach, California. This lush, verdant sanctuary spans over 50 acres and is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The preserve is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, including coastal sage scrub, oak woodlands, and a variety of wildlife such as bobcats, coyotes, and numerous bird species.

Visitors to the James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve can explore the numerous hiking trails that traverse the rolling hills and scenic landscapes. The Barbara’s Lake trail is a must-see, leading to the only natural lake in Orange County. Another highlight is the Sycamore Hills trail, which offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding area. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a casual walker, the preserve offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Plan your visit

  1. Wear proper clothing for the outdoor environment. Bring a jacket or sweater if you plan to be outside at night, as it can get chilly in Laguna Beach. Bring sun protection such as sunscreen and hats to protect from the sun’s rays in summer months.

  2. Make sure to follow all trail rules and stay on marked trails while exploring James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve - this is an important part of preserving its natural beauty!

  3. Bring water and snacks with you on your visit as there are no food vendors in the preserve area, though nearby Laguna Beach does provide plenty of places for dining out afterwards!

  4. Always respect wildlife while visiting James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve - avoid feeding any animals or disturbing their natural habitats during your visit, even if they look friendly!

  5. Keep an eye out for interesting plants and wildlife that make their home at the preserve - take pictures but never pick up anything from nature without permission first (this includes collecting plants).

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