There are countless educational and fun activities for you and your students to enjoy both at the Center and throughout Point Reyes. The National Park Service also offers a variety of ranger-led education programs available by advance registration including habitat restoration projects, a visit to Kule Loklo (a Coastal Miwok Village), whale watching at the headlands, and tours of the Point Reyes Lighthouse.
Self-guided opportunities, including the Earthquake Trail, the Morgan Horse Ranch, and the three visitor centers in the park, are valuable educational resources as well. Teachers are encouraged to view the seven
Creating Coastal Stewardship through Science Curriculum Guides
that are available to middle school science teachers. Each of these guides is aligned with the State and National Science Standards. They strive to help students understand scientific inquiry and stewardship of special places and may be used throughout the Park.
Get help from your predecessors. Download an example of a schedule of activities (153 KB PDF) that previous teachers created for their visits.