Fall is in the air and if you are looking for a fun day trip for the family to enjoy, look no further than Kabain Park. The park that was developed in 1968 was bought with money donated by Madeline Kabian, who wanted to name the park in honor of her deceased son, Roy. Since 1974, the park has been used as a regional wildlife refuge and it is managed by the County Parks Department.
The park currently offers 1 acre of developed park space and over 600 acres of hiking and equestrian trails through Quail Valley. The park is open from 8 a.m. to sunset daily, for you and your family to enjoy a barbecue on the park’s grassy picnic areas or a day spotting the different type of wildlife that make the park their home. Additional amenities within the park include gazebos with barbeque grills, drinking fountains, and playground facilities.
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