Operation: Clark Park

Ralph B. Clark Regional Park has a rich history of fossils. Over 10,000 years ago this site contained marshes, grassy meadows and oak woodlands, inhabited by at least 70 species of animal including the ancient mammoth, ground sloth and ring-tailed cat.

Can you imagine what creatures lived in Orange County before humans? Visit the Interpretive Center to see cool fossils and learn about more of the historical artifacts of the park. Locate the playground and find the sandbox. Create a sand sculpture of a fossil.

Operation: Clark Park (click to download)