Lost Coast Headlands Activity Plan
The Draft Lost Coast Headlands Activity Plan is now available for public comment. To view the entire document see the links provided at the bottom of this webpage.
This draft plan was developed to provide site-specific objectives and actions to manage 463 acres of public lands located on the northern California coast southwest of Ferndale. Written comments from the public are requested.
Comments concerning the draft plan will be considered in drafting the final plan. The comment period will close on December 31, 2012.
The Lost Coast Headlands are located along the coastal bluffs south of the mouth of the Eel River, approximately 280 miles north of San Francisco, 25 miles south of Eureka, and 6 miles west of Ferndale. The 463 acres of public land provide seasonal beach access and include grasslands with scattered patches of forest and portions of the Fleener Creek and Guthrie Creek watersheds.
The northern point of California’s Lost Coast is a place of rolling mountains and windswept coastal bluffs crumbling onto narrow beaches. The area is hard to beat if you are looking for quiet recreational pursuits. Lost Coast Headlands offers opportunities for hiking, bird watching, wildflower viewing, and beachcombing.
Lynda J. Roush, Field Manager
Bureau of Land Management
Arcata Field Office
1695 Heindon Road
Arcata, CA 95521-4573
Phone: (707) 825-2300
Fax: (707) 825-2301
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