Discover the beauty of nature and the rich cultural history through informative and fun exhibits featuring the Chumash Native Americans, as well as the diverse animal and plant life of the region. Masks are required inside the Nature Center. Meet in front of the Nature Center for entry.
Weekend Book Sale
Every Saturday through October from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come find a special book or treasure and help to support the Nature Center!
Going Batty at The Nature Center – This is a living exhibit!
Every Saturday eve at dusk through October.
Meet in front of the Nature Center.
This is a living exhibit! Learn about the local bats and watch as the bats drop out of the bat boxes to feed.
Led by a Nature Center volunteer.
Neal Taylor Nature Center’s Native Garden:
Learn about the plants and critters that make the garden their home. by taking a stroll in the Nature Center's Native Garden. All native plants are labeled and have a QR code so you can learn more in-depth information about each of the plants and their Chumash uses.
Admission: Donation (Donation slot–garage side door inside breeze way)
Cachuma Lake Recreation Area Programs
For information on what is being offered during your visit, please check https://www.countyofsb.org/parks/cachumaevents.sbc or call the Park Naturalist office at (805) 688-4515.