Last updated: August 1, 2014
San Miguel Island Photo Gallery
Perched on the bluffs above Cuyler Harbor, windbreaks within the primitive campground offer some shelter from the strong northwesterly winds.
Once abundant throughout the Park's tidal regions, black abalone populations declined 99% between 1985 and 1990 due to a withering foot disease.
The immense size of pinniped and sea bird populations that use San Miguel and its surrounding offshore rocks, such as Castle Rock, for breeding, nesting, and resting, attests to the productive food webs within these offshore waters.