Los Osos Oaks Reserve

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The reserve is home to centuries old oak trees. Their gnarled branches decorated with Spanish moss have captivated people ever since the Chumash passed through here almost 800 years ago. You can also see their trash site and find pieces of the abalone and clams they feasted on. When hiking keep an eye out for the signs that warn of poison oak. (Submitted by Sara Deasy)

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Great secluded greens in the spring. The oaks grow more horizontally than most so the shapes are incredible if you’re into trees. Beware the coyotes t
Unfortunately Park was closed due to Covid-19