Within the Irvine Ranch park is the Outdoor Education Center.
This 210-acre outdoor education center, owned and operated by the Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America, is located in Orange, California and accessible through Irvine Regional Park.
The Irvine Ranch Outdoor Education Center (IROEC) features half-day through five-day academic and recreational programming. They feature hands-on approach to outdoor education allows participants, kids and families, to explore the outdoors while developing creativity, leadership skills and a respect for the environment.
The academic programs for K-12 grades are aligned with California State Content Standards with a focus on science and social studies while also meeting standards in language arts, math, physical education and visual and performing arts. On weekends and in the summer months, The Ranch features traditional recreational summer camp activities, science camps and programs designed to meet the needs of youth oriented organizations.
Enjoy the weekend on the zipline, doing archery, horseback riding, swimming, camping, and mining. Lodging is available inside the facility, with family and friends.