• Scenic View from Inspiration Point, Anacapa Island ©timhaufphotography.com

    Channel Islands

    National Park California

There are park alerts in effect.
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  • San Miguel Island Closure

    In the interest of public safety, the U.S. Navy is closing San Miguel Island until further notice due to recent concerns of possible unexploded ordnance. More »

  • Santa Barbara Island Closed Due to Storm Damage

    Santa Barbara Island is closed to public access due to damage from the recent storms to the pier landing ladder. The closure will be in place until a new ladder can be fabricated and installed. The closure is expected to last over a month. More »

  • Public Closures on Santa Barbara Island

    Certain Santa Barbara Island trails are closed to all public entry to proctect breeding populations of California brown pelicans. More »

Visitor Services List

Channel Islands Aviation
 

Businesses holding concession contracts, commercial use authorizations, and special use permits are authorized by the National Park Service to provide specific commercial visitor services in Channel Islands National Park.

Concessioners

  • Visitor Convenience Merchandise at Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitor Center
    • Western National Parks Association
      12880 Vistoso Village Drive
      Tucson, AZ 85737
      www.wnpa.org

  • Boat Transportation
    • Island Packers, Corporation
      1691 Spinnaker Dr., Suite 105-B
      Ventura, CA 93001
      (805) 642-1393
      www.islandpackers.com

  • Air Transportation
    (Fixed wing air taxi service to Santa Rosa Island only)
    • Channel Islands Aviation
      305 Durley Avenue
      Camarillo, CA 93010
      (805) 987-1301
      www.flycia.com

Commercial Use Operators

Special Use Permit Operators
(Educational Institutions and Non-Profit Organizations Providing Services)

  • Educational Activities, Guided Hiking, and Camping

Did You Know?

Aerial view of the Channel Islands                  timhaufphotography.com

The Channel Islands are home to the oldest dated human remains in North America—Arlington Springs Man (13,000 BP).