The eleven mile trail system at the 900+ acre Pismo Preserve is complete. Over 230 volunteers worked 6,500 hours to build the trails that will be accessible by foot, mountain bike and horse just northeast of the City of Pismo Beach right off Highway 101. Discover the diverse scenery that encompasses the beauty of the Central Coast with oak woodlands, coastal ridgelines and Pacific Ocean Views from Irish Hills to Point Sal.
Besides providing outdoor enthusiasts with vast recreational opportunities, creating the Preserve is allowing The Land Conservancy to protect and improve the natural resources on this unique piece of property. Conservation and restoration efforts provide refuge for threatened and endangered animals and plant communities. For example, the Pismo Creek and other streams provide natural habitats for the southwest pond turtle, the endangered California red-legged frog and the threatened South-Central California Coast Steelhead.