Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office
The Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office has jurisdiction from the southern California coast to the desert, managing about 1.7 million acres of public lands within Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego counties. About 1.5 million acres are within the California Desert Conservation Area and 137,000 acres are within the South Coast Resource Area.
The lands administered include Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Sand to Snow National Monument, California Coastal National Monument, and Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, which offer vast recreational opportunities for the public and a diverse range of landscapes, plants and wildlife.
- Mojave Trails National Monument
- Sand to Snow National Monument
- Santa Rosa & San Jacinto Mountains National Monument
- California Coastal National Monument
- Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail
- Dos Palmas Preserve
- Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
- Santa Rosa Wilderness
- San Gorgonio Wilderness
- Beauty Mountain Wilderness
- Agua Tibia Wilderness
- Otay Mountain Wilderness
- Orocopia Mountains Wilderness
- Mecca Hills Wilderness
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