Recreation Opportunites: Include hunting, hiking, camping, stargazing, wildflower and wildlife viewing.
Camping: Condon Peak features newly constructed campsites which are equipped with level RV pads, fire rings, shade structures, picnic benches, vault toilets, and a kiosk providing an interpretive panel, a map, and information about the area. Although no reservations or fees are required, there is a 14 day camping limit within any 28-day period. There is no electricity, running water, or trash collection at the campsites. Please utilize good camping ethics, and remember to pack out your garbage when you leave.
Dispersed camping is also available at Condon Peak, although there is no camping within 200 yards of any wildlife watering improvement. You must park within 15 feet (roughly one vehicle length) of any roadway when camping or leaving a vehicle unattended to minimize habitat and vegetation impacts. Please remember to bring a shovel with you for both personal sanitation and fire prevention purposes.
Hunting: Deer, wild pig, quail, chukar, and small game. There is no motorized access onto BLM land from the Condon Peak Access so hunters must be prepared to hike in and to pack their game out.
Hiking: A trail leading up the Condon Peak summit can be accessed from the parking area.
Restrictions: No shooting within 150 yards of the developed area.
Directions: From Coalinga go west on Gale Avenue from State Highway 198, which turns right into Derrick Avenue heading north. Turn left on Los Gatos Creek Road which will take you to the Condon Peak trailhead on your right located at the San Benito-Fresno County line.
From Hollister go south on State Highway 25 and turn left at Coalinga Road heading east. Continue approximately 21 miles to the Access point on your left at the San Benito-Fresno County line.
Rick Cooper, Field Manager
|Last updated: 07-25-2014|
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