Jalama Beach County Park

Conception, California

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Jalama Beach County Park is a picturesque 28-acre park at the mouth of Jalama Creek between Point Arguello and Point Conception. The park includes a year-round campground with a half mile of shoreline, a small wetland habitat, a picnic area and general store. This isolated stretch of coastline at the west end of the Santa Ynez Mountains is backed by cliffs and lush, rolling hills. For centuries it was a Chumash Indian settlement. It is now bordered by Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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"Jalama Beach County Park is a picturesque 28-acre park at the mouth of Jalama Creek between Point Arguello and Point Conception. The park includes a year-round campground with a half mile of shoreline, a small wetland habitat, a picnic area and general store. This isolated stretch of coastline at the west end of the Santa Ynez Mountains is backed by cliffs and lush, rolling hills. For centuries it was a Chumash Indian settlement. It is now bordered by Vandenberg Air Force Base."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Conception
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Lompoc Hills and Tranquillon Mountain

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Jun 2018