Aqua Hedionda Discovery Center & Lagoon
Agua Hedionda Lagoon consists 400-acres of threatened coastal wetlands on the Southern California coastline. The Lagoon watershed is a sensitive and vital ecosystem. It is home to juvenile fish, crabs, hundreds of species of marine life and waterfowl, including an array of threatened and endangered species. The Lagoon is unique in that it has many current uses such as a YMCA day camp, recreational boating, a mussel and abalone aquaculture facility, a white-sea bass breeding and research center and a power generating facility.