For general public comment, the [501(c)3], Cuyamaca Rancho State Park Interpretive Association (CRSPIA) Board of Directors by unanimous vote opposes the proposed off-trail use restrictions of Title 14 under the Public Resources Code Sections 5003 and 5008 which authorizes DPR to adopt the proposed regulations, implement, interpret, and make specific PRCS 5003, 5008, 5019.50, 5019.65, 5019.71 and 5019.74.
CRSPIA recommends the following:
07/24 Stonewall Mine
07/11/16 Swallowtail on a narrow leaf milkweed and of a monarch caterpillar on an Indian milkweed. These were on Azalea Spring F/R. The Humboldt lily is from the Peak F/R.
07/04/16 Azalea, the peak and Conejos
07/24/16 Here are some photos of the new hats we have at the park store.
New adult t-shirts. Also comes in kiwi green.
. More from the Visitor Center Store
Come check out our docent tent. Interpreter Michele, Volunteers Heather & Dave greet hikers at Green Valley Campground near the trailhead for the falls.
There are maps, trails suggestions and lots of items that kids (and adults) can touch. Skunk & bobcat skins. Bones from wild animals and replicas made to show size & Shapes of animals. Rangers and Volunteers are very knowledgeable and love to use any opportunity to share their knowledge.
During the summer, every Saturday at 9am there is a Nature Walk that starts at the picnic area at Paso Picacho. Check with the kiosk to find out about available programs. There is also a Jr Ranger program. Saturday evenings, there are educational and interactive experiences called campfire programs. These could include Reptiles & Bugs, Star Party & Birds of Prey. Times and locations will be announced on the events page.
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park Interpretive Association's mission is to support Cuyamaca Rancho and Palomar Mountain State Parks. As an IRS registered 501(c)3 charitable organization, CRSPIA uses your tax deductible donations to provide these parks with interpretive and educational materials that normal funding
Notice to hikers, campers and Horse riders, the well at Granite Springs Trail Camp has run dry. There is no water available at this Trail Camp. Anyone hiking to this area is advised to take enough water for your hike up and back. There is no water for horses.
A Note About our Website.
Thank you for visiting CRSPIA.org! It is our goal to provide you with current and relevant information about CRSPIA and the Park through our Website.
Message from Webmaster:
Please be aware that CRSPIA has not authorized any other fundraising site or organization to collect funds.
We have discovered two sites that purport to collect money for '.org' sites in a specific community. If you search for organizations in Julian, or any other community, these sites present a button that allows an internet user to "donate" money to the selected organization. These sites then keep some portion of the donated amount and try to negotiate with the organization before they release the donated funds.
CRSPIA.org is the only site you should use to donate money from your PayPal or credit card account. If you run into one of these other fund-raising sites, please do not use it.