Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles along the central California coastline is a meeting of land and sea that is an integral part of the California State Parks system.
In this breathtaking region wildlife viewing is abundant with sea life, birding and terrestrial creatures. Cultural history is rich in the area with the fame of Hearst Castle, Ranchers of Montana De Oro, Dunites of Oceano Dunes and Native people that have lived on this land for thousands of years.
This hand-drawn, custom and ORIGINAL illustrated map is the result of a year-long collaborative partnership between Xplorer Maps (Missoula,MT) and the Central Coast State Parks Association (CCSPA) (San Luis
Obispo, CA). Please visit www.centralcoastparks.org to learn more about their mission to support interpretation, education and volunteer efforts while promoting public awareness and stewardship of the natural resources and cultural heritage in California’s central coast State Parks.
Xplorer Maps donates a portion of all proceeds to the CCSPA in perpetuity from the sale of these maps and accompanying map products.
The California Central Coast State Parks Map is 18" wide x 24" tall
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