Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Nojoqui Falls Park

 Nojoqui Falls Park (a Chumash word pronounced nah-hoo-ee) is a large park with several reservable group picnic areas and 2 play areas. The play areas are spread out. The smaller area has swings and a jumping ring. The larger area has a 5-12 play structure with 2 double slides, 3 climbing areas, and monkey bars.

Directions:  a 30 minute drive on the 101N from Goleta. Turn right onto Old Coast Highway about 6 miles after the Gaviota Rest Stop or 5.5 miles after the Gaviota Tunnel. Turn right again onto Alisal Rd after about a mile.

Nearby attractions include picking blueberries at Santa Barbara Blueberries, feeding the animals and picking your own produce at The Farmstead, or enjoying the hike to Nojoqui Falls.

It is close to the Najoqui Falls hike.
There are bathrooms.
It is a shady park,
Parking is easy.

It is a drive to get there from Santa Barbara.

5-12 Play Structure

Slides and Climbing Areas

Stepping Stones

Monkey Bars

Smaller play area

Jumping ring

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