Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

Lakeside, California

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Silverwood—the name comes from the glittering effect of sunlight upon the leaves of the coast live oak. Scores of these trees, some of them 200-year-old giants repeatedly scarred by fire, shade the canyon floor at the entrance to the Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary. Owned and managed by the San Diego Audubon Society, the sanctuary preserves 700 acres of flora and fauna indigenous to the foothill region.

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"Silverwood—the name comes from the glittering effect of sunlight upon the leaves of the coast live oak. Scores of these trees, some of them 200-year-old giants repeatedly scarred by fire, shade the canyon floor at the entrance to the Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary. Owned and managed by the San Diego Audubon Society, the sanctuary preserves 700 acres of flora and fauna indigenous to the foothill region."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lakeside
Distance: 1
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Season: October through June
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary
Local Maps: USGS San Vicente Reservoir, El Cajon Mtn.
Driving Directions: Directions to Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary Trail

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May 2018