Nature is an essential element in our lives. Nature feeds our souls. With Oak Trees, three small rivers (currently dry), horse shoe play, large granite boulders to climb on and sit on and a large Cedar Works chemical-free and splinter-free playground, it is a haven and a sanctuary for children. There are large metates found everywhere around the land that were once used by the Native American Indians in this area more than 1000 years ago. There are trails on more than ten acres and we adjoin the 3800 acre Santa Ysabel Preserve. We are located at the Headwaters of San Diego River.
We feature the largest walking labyrinth in California. The second path we feature is a native plant garden path around the entire property that has the names of the plants for demonstration purposes. We are slowly adding name labels to the plants everywhere so everyone can learn the names of the native plants!
Admission is for up to five guests. For this potluck, bring your labeled signature vegetarian or vegan potluck item to feed 10 to 12 guests. Potluck starts at 11:30 a.m. with fun cooperative games afterwards.
At 2:30 pm we will hike at the Santa Ysabel Open Preserve. Some guests may want to stay on site. Trail hikes last an average of two hours.
“If every 8 year-old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation.” —The Dalai Lama
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