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Salt air works slowly and imperceptibly but constantly to break down man-made structures. People work briefly and intermittently but intently to...
On June 2nd, 2017 the California Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioners unanimously approved the General Plan for Pigeon Point Light...
To owners of increasingly popular recreational drones, these remotely controlled flying video cameras provide a new way to explore difficult-to-reach...
Welcome spring, celebrate California Native Plant Week, and honor the vital role of community-based volunteer efforts at our Coastside State Parks...
The winter storms have been brutal for many areas of the California coast. On the San Mateo County coast we haven't been spared our share of damage....
Each year, during late October and November, thousands of northern elephant seals make a U-turn from their main feeding grounds in the Bering Sea and...
The Point Arena, a two-masted wooden steam schooner, was built in San Francisco in 1887. For 26 years she plied the coast between Vancouver Island in...
The Amah Mutsun, a tribal band of Native Americans, are collaborating in Quiroste Valley with archaeologists from California State Parks (CSP) and...
We want to share some fabulous photos and tips for getting the most out of your day at our annual fundraising event—Seal Adventure at Año Nuevo State...