Harmony Headlands State Park Access Road
For Cayucos Land Conservancy
In 2007, the Hind Foundation granted $10,000 to the Cayucos Land Conservancy (CLC) to help build an access road to the 784 Harmony Headlands State Park. The opening of the Harmony Headlands State Park (just a few miles north of the Estero Bluffs) had been stalled for years, but through the leadership of the CLC a beautiful and unique piece of our Central Coast is now available for individuals to access and enjoy.
• Public Access
The 784 acre State Park located approximately 5 minutes north of Cayucos is now accessible for day use hiking from 6am to sunset. A small parking lot along the west side can accommodate approximately 10 vehicles. A one and a half mile trail from the parking lot extends west to coastal marine terrace grassland with steep hills and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
“The Hind Foundation Grant allows our organization to finalize the project we’ve been working to accomplish for countless years.”
~Samantha Wilburn, Board of Directors
|Area of Funding: Land Conservation|
|Type of Funding: Standard Grant|
|Amount Funded: $10,000|
|Year Funded: 2007|
|Year Completed: 2008|
|About the Organization|
|Cayucos Land Conservancy|
|P. O. Box 336|
|Cayucos, CA 93430|
To preserve the coastline and hillsides surrounding the town of Cayucos, the Cayucos Land conservancy, a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, has entered into unique partnerships with state, county, and local organizations and individual land owners.