KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – The Clear Lake State Park Interpretive Association will host a nature walk on Saturday, July 7.
The hourlong walk will being at 8:30 a.m.
Meet at the Clear Lake State Park entrance station parking area.
Join Walt Lyon as he guides you on this half-mile, moderately strenuous, walk that climbs an ancient lava flow to an overlook of Big Valley.
Lyon will identify numerous plants found along the trail and explain how the local American Indians used the plants to meet their everyday needs.
Hikers should bring water and wear weather appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes.
Entrance fees are waived for those participating in the hike.