The interpretive stations provide information to visitors about the natural characteristics of San Quintín Bay in a different and interactive way, unlike traditional signs.
The stations were built thanks to the Temporary Employment Program of the Mexican government and with the support of the Chapala and La Chorera residents, two local communities at San Quintín.
- La Ola station is located at the Punta Mazo Nature Reserve and it was built in 2015 READ MORE
- Mirador Valle Volcánico station is located at La Chorera and it was built in 2015 READ MORE
- Chapala station is located at the wetland of the same name and it was built in 2016
- Monte Ceniza station is located at the Monte Ceniza Nature Reserve and it was built in 2016