Covering 68,000 acres and extending along 35 miles of coastline in California, King Range National Conservation Area preserves the dramatic meeting of the land and the sea. This remote region is known as California’s Lost Coast and is only accessed by a few back roads. But it’s worth the effort! The Douglas-fir peaks attract hikers, campers and mushroom collectors, while the coast beckons to surfers, anglers, beachcombers and abalone divers. Photos by mypubliclands.
Springtime on the northcoast brings abundant opportunity to see and experience the beauty of the King Range National Conservation Area in California. Miles of hiking and biking trails, dirt roads, and campsites provide the access you need to start exploring. It’s all yours – so come out, enjoy it, and share it.
Photos and post by Justin R. Robbins, BLM California