Managing a National Park is a team effort - many staff members play key roles in preserving and protecting the park's visitors and cultural and natural resources, and park partners are instrumental in helping to provide that care. At any given time, a multitude of issues face park management: planning, budget, laws and policies. Park management today is a far cry from the early days of the National Park Service, when a Superintendent could also be seen atop a saddle, pulling backcountry patrol duty. Click on one of the areas above to learn more about the management today of Cabrillo National Monument.
Did You Know?
Did you know that there are over three hundred native plants found within Cabrillo National Monument?