See an arroyo up close while you learn about the native plants, wildlife and value of a natural open space city park that is preserved in perpetuity with a conservation easement. The terrain is rocky and uneven. Wear sunblock, a hat, long sleeves and pants, as well as no open shoes. There are no restrooms at the site. We will meet at the where Oakcliff Drive dead ends off of Pebble Beach Drive, in west El Paso. From I-10 Sunland Park exit and stay on Sunland Park. The name will change to Shadow Mtn. as you cross Mesa St. Take a right on Pebble Beach Dr. and a right on Oak Cliff Dr. For more details call 915-351-8352 or email janae@FronteraLandAlliance.org.