America's Great Outdoors
Located off the 1,100 miles of California coastline, the California Coastal National Monument comprises more than 20,000 small islands, rocks, exposed reefs, and pinnacles between Mexico and Oregon. The scenic qualities and critical habitat of this public resource are protected as part of the National Landscape Conservation System, administered by the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior. Even though California coastline is one most popular scenic routes in the world, the offshore features will remain pristine and wild for future generations because of its special protection national monument. These rugged outposts provide a haven for animals and plants that are sensitive to human disturbance.Photo: Bob Wick - Bureau of Land Management

Located off the 1,100 miles of California coastline, the California Coastal National Monument comprises more than 20,000 small islands, rocks, exposed reefs, and pinnacles between Mexico and Oregon. The scenic qualities and critical habitat of this public resource are protected as part of the National Landscape Conservation System, administered by the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior. Even though California coastline is one most popular scenic routes in the world, the offshore features will remain pristine and wild for future generations because of its special protection national monument. These rugged outposts provide a haven for animals and plants that are sensitive to human disturbance.

Photo: Bob Wick - Bureau of Land Management