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Skyline Wilderness Park is one of the best places I have been for Mountain Biking and Hiking they also allow Horseback Riding. Parking is $5, but you will find a place to park for free if you are feeling frugal. The views here are astounding. The trails here are fantastic. The PO here is thriving and absolutely everywhere. In fact I am quite sure this is the birthplace of the plant. But don't let that stop you from visiting. Just wear long pants and shower as soon as you get home. There was no PO at the cache location when first placed. If you don't see any Poison Oak when hiking or biking the trails...turn around. You are not in the right park.
While visiting the park you will see many Butterflies and birds, plenty of deer, lots of lizards, quite a few snakes, tons of wild turkeys, and I hear from the locals... foxes, bobcats, Coyotes, and many other animals. You will also find many different types of plants, trees, and flowers.
Getting hungry...stop by one of the lakes and have lunch
At the entrance to the park they even have the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden
The garden is 3 acres of native plants that provide a wonderful environment for birds, butterflies and other visitors. If you are interested in exploring native plants that can be used in your garden or property, the garden has examples of many plants in their different types of settings (meadow, redwood forest, oak woodlands, etc.) WOW!
Trust me...this place is awesome!
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