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    The Mission Trail Nature Preserve in Carmel-By-The-Sea California is a 34-acre park that encompasses three miles of hiking trails and a native plant garden. The Preserve’s habitats include a Monterey pine forest, coast live oak woodland, wetland, willow riparian corridor and a coastal prairie.

    The Preserve was designed as a nature park in 1979 for passive recreational use, including dog walking. The park boundaries include the Flanders Mansion, the Lester Rowntree Native Plant Garden and the meadow off Martin Road. The City has an active management plan to remove invasive plants, restore wetlands, and improve the trail system. Come explore the 5 miles of trails through the beauty of the oaks, pines and redwood forest.

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    Hours: Daily: 5:00 am-10:00 pm
    Attraction Facilities: Trails
    Attraction Activities: Hiking
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    Local Restaurants:

    La Bicyclette Restaurant, Dametra Cafe, Cottage Restaurant, Pescadero Mexican Restaurant, 400 Degree Burgers & Fries, Mission Ranch Restaurant, Flying Fish Grill, Tommy's Wok, Basil Seasonal Dining, Partabella, Tuck Box, Vesuvio Restaurant, Hanagasa, Anton & Michel Restaurant, Mediterranean Restaurant, Enzo, Little Napoli,

    Local Shopping:

    Brunos Market & Deli, Salumeria Luca, Kurtz Culinary, Carmel Plaza, Del Monte Shopping Center, Burns Cowboy Shop, The Barnyard Shopping Center, The Cheese Shop, Hat Shop

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