Even after the sun goes down, walkers can see their way with the help of the full moon. Photo by Rene Rodriguez

San Benito Lifestyle

Moonlight Walk April 15

Dress warm and hike with friends and family in the glow of the full moon.

Photo provided by REACH San Benito Parks Foundation.

Sports & Recreation

Black Friday Birding in the Regional Park

R.E.A.C.H. San Benito Parks Foundation hosted second annual alternative to shopping on Black Friday.

R.E.A.C.H. San Benito Parks Foundation


REACHing Out: Seeking Community Support

The generosity of San Benito County residents sets a positive trajectory into the future!

Some walkers went back as soon as the sun set, others waited until the full moon was the primary light source for the walk back. (Photo by Leslie David)

Children and Youth

Moonlight Walk: A shared experience for all ages

The R.E.A.C.H. and BenitoLink Moonlight Walk was well attended by families and adults wanting to take advantage of free, safe adventure.

The San Benito County Probation Department and local artist Joel Esqueda gave these children the opportunity to paint murals around the park.

Children and Youth

R.E.A.C.H.-ing into the parks with art

At risk juveniles create art at the San Benito County Historical Park


Housing / Land Use

Walking Across America: Ostdick nears the halfway point

Walk to raise endowment funds for R.E.A.C.H. Foundation crosses the Missouri River



Walking Across America: Ostdick in the Midwest

Jim Ostdick marvels at Midwest thunderstorms and notes the kindness of the people he comes across

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Walking Across America: Crossing the Mississippi

Ostdick passes the 1,000-mile mark on his journey from the coast of Delaware to San Benito County