What is CCSPA?

We support and fund interpretive and educational programs that promote understanding and conservation of the natural and cultural resources of the State Parks of San Luis Obispo County, California.

Harmony Headlands State Park

North of Cayucos, Harmony Headlands stretches along historic Highway 1, and is named for the tiny town of Harmony – population 18.

Cayucos State Beach

Cayucos is a charming little beach town rich in history and popular for its great beaches, fishing pier, bluff side trails and historical buildings.

Oceano Dunes & Oso Flaco Lake

Oceano Dunes also offers visitors other recreational activities such as swimming, surfing, surf fishing, camping, and hiking.

Estero Bluffs State Park

Walking these trails provides a great opportunity to view marine mammals and seabirds, and for geological observation and study.

Hearst San Simeon State Park

Hearst San Simeon State Park is one of the oldest parks in entire the California State Park System, dating back to 1932.

Los Osos Oaks State Park Natural Reserve

These ancient sand dunes and centuries-old coast live oak trees are home to unique plant communities and a variety of small mammals.

Montaña de Oro State Park & Spooner Ranch House

Montaña de Oro is a beloved park among locals for its long bluff trail, challenging peaks and cultural history.

Morro Bay State Park & Natural History Museum

Morro Bay State Park offers camping, birding, and beach activities, as well as a museum of natural history, a marina, the golf course, kayak rentals, and extensive hiking.

Morro Strand State Beach

Morro Strand State Beach combines ocean, dunes, and sand along with camping, surfing, picnicking, fishing, and bird watching.

Pismo State Beach

The world famous Pismo Monarch Butterfly Grove attracts 80,000 annual visitors to watch thousands of Monarch Butterflies overwinter in the trees surrounding the grove.

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