Kule Loklo education programs will not be offered for the 2019–2020 school year due to deteriorating conditions at the replica village.
Grades K-3 - Wild about Wildlife
Using a self-guided trail booklet, students discover the diversity of wildlife within Point Reyes National Seashore. Kindergarteners, first and second graders focus on the interrelationship of animals and their habitats, while third graders learn about ecosystems, and adaptations. Takes place at Bear Valley. Bus accessible.
Grade 4 - Point Reyes Lighthouse
Self-guided only on Mondays and Fridays.
Grades 6-8 - Whale Watching
Self-guided only Mondays and Fridays. Gray whales migrate along the California coast on their journey from Alaska to Baja, and are seen from the Point Reyes Lighthouse in January as they swim south, and March and April on their return trip. They make this journey to give birth to their calves in the warm waters of the Mexican lagoons.
Grades 6-8 - Elephant Seal Watching
Self-guided only. Seals are visible January and February from the Elephant Seal Overlook, a short walk from the Chimney Rock parking lot. NOT BUS ACCESSIBLE - MUST CAR POOL.
Last updated: September 16, 2021