California's Natural Resources

California's BLM Recreation Areas
The Bureau of Land Management manages more land than any other federal agency. California has 14 million acres of public lands offering wetland areas, sagebrush plains, old-growth forests, lush mountain stream sides, rolling sand dunes, and Pacific coastline, all home to hundreds of bird and wildlife species. These recreational lands also feature historic Gold Rush sites, challenging hiking and bike trails, not to mention some of the best off road vehicle trails in the country.

Backpacking the Lost Coast: King Range National Conservation Area
Backpacking the Lost Coast
King Range National Conservation Area
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Lupine & Paintbrush: Tuttle Creek Campground
Lupine & Paintbrush
Tuttle Creek Campground
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Bureau of Land Management Recreation Areas
    Northern California BLM Recreation Areas
    Southern California BLM Recreation Areas
    Office Addresses and Telephone Numbers

BLM Recreation Areas by Activity
    Archaeology/Cultural
    Bird Watching
    Camping
    Fishing
    Hunting
    Off-Highway Vehicle Riding
    River Recreation
    Rockhounding/Gold Panning
    Scenic and Back-country Byways
    Trails
    Watchable Wildlife

Recreation Passes
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