Nipomo Dunes-Point Sal Coastal Area
Nipomo Dunes-Point Sal Coastal Area contains the largest, relatively undisturbed coastal dune tract in California, and is one of the last remaining tracts of pristine rocky coastline in the South Coast Ranges. The site supports great species diversity, including rare and endangered plants and animals.
Year designated: 1974
Ownership: Federal, State, County, Private
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