Black Star Canyon
Leaving the safety of the well-lit streets lies a place of mystery and isolation. Nestled between Anaheim and Irvine resides the infamous Black Star Canyon. Known as "Canyon de los Indios" (Canyon of the Indians) for hundreds of years before the late 1870's. For decades stories have circulated of mysterious lights, ghostly apparitions, and perhaps something sinister. A place of safety for some, turns into a massacre site for others. Join naturalist, local historian and canyon resident, Joel Robinson on this 2.5 hour tour into the history, mystery, and the macabre that is Black Star Canyon. Haunted Orange County strongly recommends sturdy comfortable shoes.
Tickets are $24 per person
Private tours starting at $240 - CLICK FOR DETAILS
Where do we meet?
The trail begins at the Black Star Canyon Trailhead 13333 Black Star Canyon Rd. From Santiago Canyon Road, take Silverado Canyon Road. The first left is Black Star Canyon. This road ends at a gate, with ample free parking along the sides of the road. DO NOT ARRIVE LATE. We cannot delay the tour for latecomers so please give yourself plenty of drive time.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE TICKETS REFUNDABLE OR TRANSFERABLE TO OTHER DATES.
Tours begin promptly at the advertised start time. Please allow extra time for unforeseen heavy traffic or parking delays. We are not responsible for late arrivals or guest who show up at the wrong tour departure location.
This is a moderate walk with some uneven footing and attendees should be in reasonable health to attend. Night time temperature in the canyon can vary as much as 20 degrees cooler than the city, so we recommend that you dress in layers especially in the fall or winter months.
How do I receive my ticket(s)
Upon payment, your ticket(s) will be emailed to you. Please be prepared to show the ticket to your guide on your smartphone OR bring a print out of your ticket(s).