Apr 11, 2015-
Apr 12, 2015
10:00AM - 01:30PM
Wildflower Walls
Nature Walk
Jack London State Historic Park
Event Description


2015 Nature Series continues at



Wildflower Walks: April 11 and 12


As Spring blooms at Jack London State Historic Park, the nature series continues with two wildflower walksApril 11 and 12–both led by Park naturalists Deborah Large and John Lynch. One is an easy stroll and the other a more strenuous hike, but both promise glimpses of Canyon Delphinium, Red Columbine, Chinese Houses, Golden Fairy Lantern, Lupine, Popcorn Flower, two varieties of Mules Ears as well as the birds, reptiles and other plants that make up the eco-system of the Park.


WHEN: SATURDAY APRIL 11 from 10 am to 1:30 pm – This slow-paced exploration around the Wolf House will also include tales of Jack London’s adventurous life. A short easy walk that is also open to dogs on leash. Meet at Historic House of Happy Walls Museum


SUNDAY APRIL 12 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm – An intermediate to difficult 8-mile hike into backcountry trails. Bring water, insect repellent, lunch and wear sturdy shoes. Dogs not allowed.
Meet in Ranch Parking lot.


Both walks are at Jack London State Historic Park
2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen (NOTE: Heavy rain cancels walk; check website)


Admission is $10 per person and can be arranged in advance online at
(Additional Parking fee is $10 per car and is paid at kiosk upon entering)


Fee: $10.00

Contact Information
Name: Jack London State Historic Park     Email:
Phone: 707-938-5216




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