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King Tide at the Bay

@ Muth Interpretive Center

Learn about and photograph the high tide


King tides are the highest tides of the year and occur during full moons in the winter. They are also previews of how rising sea levels may effect coastal communities. Join us at the Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center for a family friendly program to learn about how and why king tides occur and how anyone can help document their impact through the Coastal Commission’s “California King Tides Project”. All you need is a smart phone or camera!

King tides are the highest tides of the year and occur during full moons in the winter. They are also previews of how rising sea levels may effect coastal communities. Join us at the Peter and Mary Muth Interpretive Center for a family friendly program to learn about how and why king tides occur and how anyone can help document their impact through the Coastal Commission’s “California King Tides Project”. All you need is a smart phone or camera!


After a brief program in the interpretive center we will head out on the trail to observe the last king tide of 2018 and hopefully capture some scientifically valuable images.


Minors aged 16 and younger must have legal guardian present at all times. Rain will cancel the event.

Phone: (949) 923-2269

Website: Click to Visit

Sunday, December 23, 2018 : 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Reservation required for this activity.

Note: To RSVP check the venue's website above or call (949) 923-2269.

Suitable for: 5+

$0.00

Free, provided on location.

Activity Name Next Occurrence Suitable Ages
12/21/2018 2 - 5
12/29/2018 9 - 12
12/30/2018 2 - 10

Event dates, times and cost are subject to change without notice. Before heading out, please contact the event organizer to verify the information provided. If you have questions about a particular event, please contact the event organizer directly.

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