Tuesday, November 15, 2016
A Visit to O'Neill Regional Park
Tucked away from the speeding traffic on the freeways, O'Neill Regional Park is a preserved wilderness situated in between Trabuco and Live Oak Canyons. This 4,500 acre park is not only a shady haven for hikers and campers, but it is also home to the Trabuco Adobe ruins, site of some of Orange County's earliest historic events.
This week, local historian and author Phil Brigandi shares the history of this great park, which is due to celebrate its 70 anniversary in 2018.
Listen to the podcast here
If you would like to check out O'Neill Regional Park for yourself, there will be a Naturalist Walk on Saturday, November 19th from 9 - 10:30am. Call (949) 923-2260 for more information or visit the website at OCParks