Things To Do
Channel Islands National Park provides a delightful break from the congestion and clamor of urban life. The islands are ideal for quiet, uninterrupted time with family and friends-wonderful places to hike, camp, snorkel, kayak, birdwatch, take photographs, sketch, or just relax to the soothing sounds of the natural world.
However, since the park encompasses five islands and their surrounding one mile of the ocean, the decision of where to go and what to do can be challenging. So compiled below is a list of park highlights that we feel should not be missed.
Channel Islands Live
Inspiration Point, Anacapa Island
Cavern Point, Santa Cruz Island
Camping, Santa Cruz Island
Torrey Pines, Santa Rosa Island
Point Bennett, San Miguel Island
If time is a limiting factor in your visit, consider the following suggestions:
Did You Know?
The world's most complete pygmy mammoth specimen was discovered on Santa Rosa Island in 1994. These miniature mammoths, only four to six feet tall, once roamed island grasslands and forests during the Pleistocene.