Guana Through the Eyes of an American Indian
Dec 10, 2011
Saturday at 9:00 AM
Due to this outing's popularity, it is limited to Sierra Club members only.
Join Harold Lock, an American Indian from the Coastal Salish tribe of British Columbia, for a leisurely walk to view Guana through Harold’s spiritual eyes and ears. We’ll walk for about five miles. Please meet at 9 a.m. at the trail head for the Guana trails which are about 200 yards beyond the dam.
Sierra Club members only please. Limit of 20 participants. Please bring lunch. Children welcome. No pets please. There is a $3 entrance fee to Guana if you don’t have a pass. American Indian Guide Harold Lock. Sierra Club Leader Brian Paradise.
Northeast Florida Group
Sierra Club members only, please. You must RSVP to Brian at 904-710-0479 or
Guana River State Park
505 Guana River Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Please meet at 9 a.m. at the trail head for the Guana trails which are about 200 yards beyond the dam.
The entrance to Guana (Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Reserve) and the dam is on the west side of AIA approximately 17 miles south of Butler Boulevard. The entrance is just north of the Gate service station on AIA.
See map and trail map on Meetup under More/Files.
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