THINGS TO DO
 

Effective Friday, March 20, 2020 the Conservancy visitor facilities and services will be mostly closed to the public. 
 
We plan for this public closure to continue through Thursday April 30, 2020.
 
CLOSED:
  • Trailhead, including Toyon Grill
  • Eco Tours of the Interior
  • Nature Center - An Educational resource
  • Wrigley Memorial and Botanic Garden
  • Airport public facilities (manager present for landing aircraft)
  • DC-3 Grill take out only (full closure effective 3/20)
  • Wildlands Express shuttle (Avalon to Two Harbors)
  • Campgrounds

HIKING AND BIKING:
  • Biking in the wildlands is limited to current permit holders
  • Hiking Trails remain open in and around Avalon for day hikes as a means of safe exercise. 
  • No services or food available other than markets in both Avalon and Two Harbors. 
  • Please be aware that Catalina Express will be moving to a reduced schedule effective 3/19, with no boat service to/from Two Harbors after Sunday, 3/22. 
  • Rangers will remain on patrol of the interior of the Island

TAKE A HIKE! The most popular trail is the Garden to Sky Hike that starts at the Wrigley Memorial & Botanic Garden. Hiking is not permitted after dark.  More...

PARTICIPATE IN CONSERVANCY EVENTS!
The Catalina Island Conservancy hosts a variety of events and activities including  Member events and hikes as well as Education events including our Last Friday Lecture Series and Naturalist Trainings.  See the schedule of events HERE.

Catch a ride on the WILDLANDS EXPRESS to Airport in the Sky. Have a nice lunch (don't forget the cookies!) and the stroll around the Airport Loop Trail and see the remains of a Tongva soapstone quarry. Or, rent a bike and ride back down to Avalon. More...

GO CAMPING
Camping Catalina Island is a wonderful way to enjoy Catalina's rugged beauty. Catalina Island Conservancy members receive a 50% discount on camping fees for Parsons' Landing, Black Jack and Little Harbor campgrounds.  More...

BIKE THE WILDLANDS
Biking is a great way to see Catalina's wildlands! To bike in the wildlands of Catalina a Freewheeler Bike Pass is required, and is available through the purchase of a Conservancy membership starting at $35. More....

VOLUNTEER 
Come join forces as a volunteer for the Catalina Island Conservancy in our efforts to protect and restore one of the world's most magnificent islands. Your experience will serve as an excellent opportunity to learn about the unique ecology of Catalina Island, give back to the environment, and have some fun all at the same time. More...

ECO TOUR 
Whether you are seeking a unique educational experience in the great outdoors or simply a relaxing eco-tour, we are certain you will go away with an unforgettable experience and a new appreciation of this place called Santa Catalina Island. More...

 

Click here for a complete guide to hiking the Trans-Catalina Trail!


Camp at Conservancy Campsites:
Little Harbor, Black Jack or Parson's Landing


Bike the Wildlands


Volunteer with the Conservancy


Book an Eco Tour


 
 

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