Long considered the “crown jewel” of the California State Park system, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve is a magnet for nature lovers the world around. From its breathtaking beauty to its fascinating wildlife to its friendly and knowledgeable volunteers, Point Lobos is a place where one can escape to the serenity of nature at its best. While the California State Park system is working to find creative ways to sustain our State Parks, Point Lobos is flourishing due to the support of the Point Lobos Foundation. The Foundation is the sole source of funding for the model volunteer program, protects the Reserve's environmental health by funding work on trails, facilities and invasive plant removal, and is continuously striving to improve programs and services for children, people living with disabilities, and all visitors.

2018 Annual Member Meeting

2018 Annual Members Meeting
Saturday, January 20, 9am - 11:30am
Quail Lodge and Golf Club, Carmel Valley

Members of the Point Lobos Foundation are invited to kick off 2018 with the annual Point Lobos Foundation membership meeting. In addition to foundation updates and awards, the meeting will feature Kelly Sorenson as the keynote speaker.

Be a hero

This winter, California State Parks and the Point Lobos Foundation are restoring valuable coastal bluff habitat along the beautiful South Shore Trail. Volunteers are needed to help plant native species. All are welcome, no prior experience is necessary and we'll work rain or shine! Volunteers must pre-register (future dates to be announced).

Photo by Fred Brown