PLACES TO SEE
Ackerman Native Plant Nursery
Airport in the Sky
Historic Sites
Nature Center at Avalon Canyon
Town Center
Virtual Tours
Wildflowers in Bloom
Wrigley Botanic Garden
THINGS TO DO
Boating
Camping
Game Management
Hiking and Biking
Island Ecology Travel Program
Catalina Races
Eco Tour
Guided Hikes (Summer)
Other Tours and Activities
Volunteer Vacations
Wildlands Express Service
TRANSPORTATION
Airport in the Sky
Bike and Golf Cart Rentals
How to get to Catalina Island
Trolley and Taxi
Wildlands Express Service
POLICIES AND INFO
Cautions / Policies
Pet Policies
Vehicular Policies
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TRAILHEAD INFORMATION
 

Opening soon at the corner of Crescent Ave. and Pebbly Beach Rd., the Trailhead is the perfect place to begin your Catalina adventure! It is the flagship facility for Catalina Island Conservancy, serving as the gateway to the Island's wildlands.

Resources found at the Trailhead help you make the most of your time exploring the Island’s 42,000+ acres of open space. From adventures in Avalon to hiking, biking, camping and exploring interior destinations and remote beaches, visitors to Catalina Island maximize their experience with a stop at the three-story, 9,000-sq.-ft. Trailhead. While there, obtain hiking and biking permits, detailed information on campgrounds, native flora and fauna, ecology and history. It’s also a great place to fuel up before your Catalina adventures, with breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily at Toyon Grill. The Trailhead is a destination, complete with interpretive exhibits and an expansion of the Conservancy’s popular lecture series. With a rooftop garden that offers stunning views and an extensive collection of retail items, you won’t want to miss the Trailhead.

Wheel into the wildlands with a naturalist-led Conservancy Eco Tour, leaving straight from the Trailhead. They are a great way to quickly see the interior of the Island and explore parts of Catalina no other outfitter can reach. With knowledgeable guides, Eco Tours provide information about the rich history of Catalina Island, a chance to see unique plants, wildlife and bison. The Trailhead also serves as the jumping off point for Wildlands Express transport to Airport in the Sky and beyond. 


     


 

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