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San Jose, California
October 3, 2015
Fort Ord
Monterey County
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Fort Ord National Monument
October 3, 2015




Fort Ord

The Place

Fort Ord National Monument brings together outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking and horseback riding with wise land management for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

Fort Ord

Walking the Walk

Level: 2.5 - Miles: 6.75 - Elevation change: 800'
Host: Nancy S.

Fort Ord

This expansive landscape near the Monterey Bay provides 86 miles of rugged trail. The monument covers approximately 14,650 acres and is jointly administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and U.S. Army.

Fort Ord is loved for its beauty and rich biodiversity- including one of the largest remaining expanses of maritime chaparral composed of shrubs like manzanitas, wild lilac, and chamise that support numerous plant and animal species.

Fort Ord

Directions:

From San Jose take US101 S. to CA 156 W. in Prunedale take exit 336 from US 101 S. Merge onto CA 156 W. Follow CA-1 S. to Reservation Rd. in Marina Take exit 410 from CA-1 S. Continue on Reservation Rd to reach Creekside Terrace Trailhead Parking lot. Drive Time: 1hr 20 min
From Santa Cruz take CA-1 S. to Reservation Rd. in Marina. Take exit 410 from CA-1 S. Continue on Reservation Rd to reach Creekside Terrace Trailhead Parking lot. Drive Time: 1

Fort Ord

Know Before You Go:

We will be exposed to the elements hat, sunscreen and plenty of water suggested.

Free Parking - Dogs allowed on leash

Hike start time promptly at 10am



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