Approximately 4,500 acres of wilderness and natural open-space land. Originally part of the Juaneno or Acajchemem tribal land, it was later owned by Don Juan Avila, Louis Moulton, Mission Viejo Company and is now under the jurisdiction of OC Parks. The park's grounds include mature oaks, sycamores and elderberry trees, two year-round streams and more than 30 miles of official trails. Many rare and endangered plants and animals make the park their home. This park is designated a wildlife sanctuary.
The Aliso Peak Trail is a fairly easy hike with a great ocean view of its own. Set a course for Seaview Park on Talavera Drive in Laguna Niguel, then follow the path westward.
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