Lighthouse Will Be Closed for Seismic Retrofit April 7 through May 16
The Lighthouse is undergoing a Seismic retrofit and will be closed from April 7 - May 16. Visitors can still access the Assistant Keepers Quarters exhibit from the south door, Lighthouse Comfort Station, and Kelp Forest Overlook. Call 619-557-5450.
Visitor Center Scheduled to be Closed May 19 through June 16
The Visitor Center will be undergoing a Seismic Retrofit and will be closed. Visitors will still be able to access the Auditorium, Ballast View and the East Patio. These dates are subject to change. Please call 619 557-5450 for updated information
National Parks Week
Come Join us during National Parks Week April 19-27. You can see the schedule here. More »
Cabrillo National Monument Foundation
ABOUT USThe Cabrillo National Monument Foundation is a private nonprofit organization which provides support for special projects at Cabrillo National Monument. Since 1956 the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation (CNMF ) has helped the National Park Service with numerous educational and scientific activities at Cabrillo National Monument. The Foundation has published several award winning books on historic and scientific topics relating to the Monument. Revenue for these projects comes through donations, memberships and sales of publications and other educational items. CNMF is one of several National Park Service Cooperating Associations in the U.S.A; these organizations work to enhance the visitor's experience at the National Parks. For more information about NPS Cooperating Associations, please visit the Association of Partners for Public Lands at www.APPL.org, or the NPS Cooperating Association website at www.NPS.gov/interp/coop_assn. We thank you for your support!
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Did You Know?
Did you know that Cabrillo National Monument has joined with the other federal and City landowners on the Point Loma peninsula to form the Point Loma Ecological Conservation Area (PLECA)? The five agencies collaborate to manage nearly 700 acres of protected and endangered habitat.