Conservation at Shoreline Park
The Shoreline Regional Wildlife area includes a 50 acre small boat sailing lake, the historic Rengstorff House, irrigated meadowlands, wildlife and habitat areas, a self-guided interpretive sign system, environmental docent-led tours program and eight miles of paved trails. Extensive wetlands include two tidal marshes, two sloughs, a seasonal marsh and storm retention basin, two creeks and five irrigation reservoirs on the golf course.
The area first opened to the public in 1983 and is now open 6:00 a.m. until 30 minutes after sundown, seven days a week. It includes a unique estuary environment and provides varied ecosystems for birds and other wildlife. For more information on the Shoreline area, click here.
These organizations support a range of programs and services as part of Shoreline’s conservation efforts: