Learning Venues in the Watershed
Venue Descriptions Facilities Accessibility
Fauntleroy Park A diverse ecosystem in a wooded city park; many learning opportunities for closely supervised classes. Emergency restrooms at nearby church Hard gravel trail from SW Barton St. entrance with level access to first crossing of Fauntleroy Creek. A student using a manual wheelchair may need assistance.
Lower Creek Riparian habitat at fish ladder and spawning area. Public art and circular gathering place with seating at viewpoint. A diverse, confined study area. Homeowners provide access to creek. Patio seating for activities, lunch, and/or snack. Mudroom toilet and sink. Water. Some off-street parking; nearby street parking. No-stairs access to dirt paths down a grassy slope. A student using a manual wheelchair will need assistance.
Captains Park A strip of green bluff across from the ferry terminal with a sweeping view of Fauntleroy Cove. Group seating on the grass. Street parking. Level entrance off quiet, paved street.
Cove Park A pocket park in Fauntleroy Cove with access to beach habitat. Public art. Group seating on drift logs. Street parking; drop-off area. Sloped entrance to paved surface and log-strewn, sandy beach. Marked crosswalk on arterial.

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