As we approach Earth Day, Torrey Pines Conservancy invites you to join us in celebrating our beautiful Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. On April 21, from 9am to 1pm, the Torrey Pines Docent Society will host an exciting Earth Day Celebration at the Reserve, offering a diverse array of activities and opportunities to connect with nature and learn about conservation efforts.

This free event promises to be a delightful experience for visitors of all ages. Children can unleash their creativity and curiosity through engaging activities, while nature enthusiasts can embark on guided walks to explore the Reserve’s unique ecosystems. Fascinating exhibits and live hawk displays will captivate attendees, providing insights into the region’s incredible biodiversity.

In addition, the event will feature Kumeyaay cultural sharing, offering a glimpse into the rich heritage and traditions of the indigenous communities that have called this land home for centuries. This immersive experience will deepen our appreciation for the Reserve’s cultural significance and the importance of preserving its natural and cultural resources.

Torrey Pines Conservancy will be present at the celebration, staffing an informative table. Here, visitors can learn about our mission, explore ways to become a member, and discover upcoming member-only events. Additionally, we will have a selection of items available for purchase, allowing you to show your support for the Reserve while taking home a memento of this special occasion.

Mark your calendars for April 21 and join us in front of the Visitor Center for a day filled with environmental awareness, community engagement, and a celebration of our shared commitment to preserving this natural treasure. Please note parking fee applies and visitors can park in North or South beach lots at the bottom or the East and West parking lots on top.


  • WHEN: April 21, 9am-1pm
  • WHERE: In front of the Torrey Pines Reserve Lodge and Visitor Center at 12600 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037
  • WHO: Hosted by the Torrey Pines Docent Society
  • COST: FREE to attend but pay to park in the lots