Montana De Oro State Park California
This state park geography offers rough cliffs, coastal plains, hidden sandy beaches, canyons, streams and hikeable hills, as well as 1,347 foot Valencia Peak. Naturalists and hikers take pleasure in the privacy and freedom they find down the park's hiking trails. There are also mountain bike riding and horse riding trails. The most regarded beach is Spooner's Cove, across from the campsite. The park's identity, "Mountain of Gold," came to be from the golden wildflowers that blossom in spring. Creatures in the park consists of black tailed deer and the black oystercatcher. The park features basic and equestrian campsites.
Montana De Oro Information
California State Parks Information
The goal of the California Division of Parks and Recreation is to present for the health, inspiration, and education of the men and women of California by assisting to protect the state’s incredible biological variety, preserving its most treasured natural and cultural assets, and developing possibilities for superior outdoor adventure.
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