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orange coast river park (OCRP)

OCRP“Success Story at River Park” was the heading for a news article in 1998 when the Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks proposed a major, 1,000+ acre nature park at the lower Santa Ana River-edge which brought a flood of public praise. Its advantages are tremendous: a huge, people-friendly park with connecting trails, a show-case for an “ecological staircase” of unique coastal habitats. Additional themes for the park are a “seamless passageway” and an “oasis of tranquility” within a high density urban area that would benefit wildlife and humans alike.

To create a thousand acre nature park at the mouth of the Santa Ana River with habitats and trails providing an oasis of tranquility, a seamless passageway to the shore, and an ecological staircase of restored coastal habitats.

The Orange Coast River Park, Inc. recently formed as a new non-profit. More information is available on the OCRP website. Check out the Orange Coast River Park website.


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