BLM National Conservation Lands


From mountain heights to rugged ocean coastlines, within deep river canyons and across vast deserts, and featuring remote and wild as well as surprisingly accessible areas, the Bureau of Land Management’s National Landscape Conservation System (National Conservation Lands) recognizes and protects some of the West’s most spectacular natural areas.

These areas are part of an active, vibrant landscape where people live, work and play. They offer exceptional opportunities for recreation, solitude, wildlife viewing, exploring history, scientific research, and a wide range of traditional uses.


California Coastal National Monument California Coastal National Monument California Coastal National Monument California Coastal National Monument Carrizo Plain National Monument Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument King Range National Conservation Area King Range National Conservation Area Headwaters Forest Reserve Headwaters Forest Reserve Piedras Blancas Light Station Outstanding Natural Area Amaragosa River North Fork American River Cottonwood Creek Eel River Merced River Trinity River Tuolumne River California Trail Juan Bautista de Anza Trail Old Spanish Trail Pacific Crest Trail Pacific Crest Trail Klamath River BLM Wilderness Fort Ord National Monument Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Point Arena Stornetta Unit California Coastal National Monument National Monument Outstanding Natural Area Wild & Scenic Rivers National Historic Trails BLM Wilderness Study Area California Desert Conservation Area Clickable locator map

Conservation System Units

National Monuments  

National Conservation Area

Forest Reserve

Outstanding Natural Area

Wild and Scenic Rivers

National Historic and Scenic Trails

Wilderness and Wilderness Study Areas 

 

National Conservation Lands