Parks in Southern California

Southern California is home to numerous parklands ranging from National Parks to County Parks. These parks cover a wide range of terrrain, from offshore rocks to high mountain peaks. Some, such as the Sand to Snow National Monument and San Gabriel Mountains National Monument, were created quite recently. Others, such as Death Valley National Park, were created as early as 1933 (then as a National Monument). These pages will act as a guide to the location of these parks and how to obtain more information about them.

National Parks:

National Monuments:

National Preserve:

National Recreation Areas:

National Forests:

State Parks (excluding State Beaches):

County / Regional Parks (excluding County Beaches):

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