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Dana Point Headlands Conservation Area
KEYWORDS:   Pacific Pocket Mice and Coastal California Gnatcatchers live here. Native plants (106) including rare plants: California Boxthorn, Cliff Malacothris, Cliff Spurge, Prostrate Spineflower, Seaside Calandrinia,
ABOUT 
Pristine hiking trails and 106 SoCal OC native plants on 60 acres. Home of the endangered Coastal California Gnatcatcher and Pacific Pocket Mouse. The Dana Point Headlands Conservation Area covers four areas: 1) Harbor Point Conservation Park including the Nature Interpretive Center, 2) Hilltop Conservation Park, 3) South Strand Conservation Park, 4) Dana Point Preserve.

TIPS FOR YOUR VISIT 
  • All trails open daily from 7AM to sunset. Parking and restrooms available at the Nature Interpretive Center
  • MORE INFORMATION AND CONTACTS 
    City of Dana Point: Dana Point Headlands Conservation Area
    City of Dana Point: Headlands Trail System
    CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Orange County

    AREA OF THE POLYGON::   60 acres
    DENSITY::   2.434 native species per acre
    Thanks to  Jeff Huston, Bernice Villanueva & Korie Merrill  for contributing this great place.