Huntington Central Park

Shipley Nature Center

Shipley Nature Center

17851 Goldenwest Street

ww.shipleynature.org

(714) 842-4772
Acreage:18 acres
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Amenities:

School tours for grades K-6, birding, butterfly and hummingbird gardens, walking trails, Redwood trees, meadows, Sycamores, Blackbird Pond, and interpretive center.

Opened in 1974, the Shipley Nature Center is an 18-acre fenced natural area within Huntington Beach Central Park. Named after former Mayor Donald D. Shipley, the center is owned by the City of Huntington Beach. The Nature Center includes 4,000 feet of trails that meander through several habitats, including oak woodlands, Torrey pines, meadows, and Blackbird Pond, a natural freshwater wetland with mature willows, and sycamores.

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