AUGUST 14, 2017

The Fairies Have Returned to Their Home in Ireland and Are No Longer Living on the Aliso Summit Trail

Fairy Lily’s broken wing has now completely healed and Queen Lily and the other fairies that have been living along the Aliso Summit Trail and have returned to their homes in Ireland.  All the fairies are very sad to have left their beautiful homes here in Orange County, but wanted everyone to know that they will fondly remember the very special time they had living here. They will cherish the friendships, the trinkets/rocks/gifts, as well as the hand-written notes and drawings from all their human friends who have visited them. 

For those of you that will miss visiting the fairies, Fairy Lily wants to remind you that you can always build your own fairy home in your home or yard, so that the fairies will be able to visit and surround you with unlimited possibilities, magic and fun.  

And as Fairy Willow Twinkle says, “Everyday holds new magic, you just have to BELIEVE.

UPDATE * Please Check out Avra’s Faerie Newsletter, Summer 2017, on Where to Find Fairies in Orange County

Aliso Summit Fairy Trail 

Fairy Lily, Queen of the Fairies, and the other fairies thank you for visiting them and bringing them gifts and notes.  As Fairy Violet Starlight says, “The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.  They must be felt with your heart.”

The Aliso Summit Fairy Trail is located in Laguna Niguel overlooking the Aliso and Woods Canyon Wilderness Park. 

On a summer evening in 2016, a group of fairies were flying over Laguna Niguel when suddenly Fairy Lily, Queen of the Fairies, broke her wing.  The fairies had to land on the Aliso Summit Trail.  As the days past while waiting for Lily’s wing to heal, they found something very magical and mysterious about this canyon and trail.  They grew to love the views of the Pacific Ocean, and enjoyed playing with all the birds and other animals in the canyon -- so much so, that they decided to make this canyon trail their home. 

The fairies sleep during the daytime, but after twilight, they come out from their homes and bring the trail to life.  If you listen closely at night, the fairies can be heard singing, dancing and laughing.  Many love to explore the woodlands in the canyon as well.  Although they are somewhat shy around their human friends during the daytime, when they are together at night they are very social. They love to collect coins, shiny rocks, and trinkets that their human friends leave for them on or around their doorsteps.  Some of their favorite activities at night are roasting marshmallows on the bonfire, chasing shooting stars, decorating their fairy homes, reading books to each other, gardening, listening to cricket symphonies, and writing letters.   Over the last year, you may have noticed that several additional fairies joined those who originally settled on the trail.  Pictures on this website show you many of the fairy homes that are located on this trail.

You can contact the fairies by email at: or visit them on Facebook at Aliso Fairy Trail. © 2017