Enjoying God’s creation while connecting with others and with our Creator.
The club's goals are to foster a love for God and His creation, build relationships with others, and learn about geology, stewardship of the creation, trail/camping etiquette and skills, and evidence of creation.
IMPORTANT: This is a family event and at least one parent must to be present with their child(ren) at all times. No drop-offs allowed.
Coronado Beach is located in the City of Coronado. This is a wide sandy beach, approximately 1.75 miles long. It is bordered on either edge by the United States' Naval Base beaches. Next to the famous Hotel del Coronado.
One of the highlights of camping at the lake is it's a place to relax, go on hikes, catch majestic sunsets as the sky turns shades of orange, pink, and purple, and enjoy the stars in the night. The lake is great for fishing. Anglers can catch Trout, Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Catfish, and Sturgeon year-round.
Bring your bikes!
Torrey Pines State Beach lies at the bottom of the State Reserve and hiking trails, which are incredibly popular on most weekends. The sandy beach is located just north of downtown La Jolla and south of neighboring Del Mar. Like many La Jolla beaches, Torrey Pines Beach is very family-friendly and has several amenities. This is a great area to get the best of both worlds: hit the trails first and then head to the beach!
There are two camping options. Those who prefer tent camping can camp at Anza Borrego Blair Valley Campground and those who prefer cabin camping can stay at Stagecoach Trails RV Resort (pool/cabins) - about 7 minutes from Blair Valley. Bring your bikes. We will check out the Arroyo Topiado mud caves during the day.