Open now at the corner of Crescent Avenue and Pebbly Beach Road, the Trailhead will serve as a gateway to the Island's wildlands. Catalina Island’s first LEED-certified green building provides visitors and residents with information and opportunities to understand and explore the Island's 42,000+ acres of open space and 62 miles of rugged shoreline. While there, visitors can obtain hiking and biking permits, trail maps, detailed information on campgrounds, native flora and fauna, ecology and history. The Trailhead features an interactive map table, educational exhibits, mission-centric retail items, the Conservancy’s plein air art collection, unique flex room spaces and a rooftop garden with native plants. It’s also the jumping off point for naturalist-led Conservancy Eco Tours, providing an ideal way to see the interior of the Island and explore parts of Catalina that no other outfitter can reach. Wildlands Express transport to the Airport in the Sky also departs from the building. The Trailhead offers breakfast, lunch and dinner daily at Toyon Grill, the new restaurant by Bluewater. Catch the Catalina sunset from the Trailhead with an outstanding view of Avalon Harbor!