San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area

57 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: Coalinga, CA 93210, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 07:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8316305000
  • Tags: Outdoors, Family And Kids, Nature

San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area is located in the state of California in the United States of America. This area was created by the Californian Bureau of Land Management to help encourage scientific research and provide protection that will aid the preservation of the unique conifer forest and other native flora and fauna of this region. The San Benito Mountain Forest is the only forest in the world that is home to gray or digger pines, incense cedar, and Jeffrey-Coulter hybrids. San Benito evening-primrose, an endangered plant species, also occurs here.

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  • San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area Address: Coalinga, CA 93210, USA, United States
  • San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area Contact Number: +1-8316305000
  • San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area Timing: 07:30 am - 04:00 pm
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San Benito Mountain Research Natural Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • Some of the most breathtaking views I've seen in California.

  • Great peace and tranquility.

  • This mountainous region contains many rare minerals, in including benitoite. the soil is poor with little nutrients and many heavy metals, so little vegetation grows here. It also contains asbestos, a poisonous natural substance, so it is closed.

  • Inside look at the National Forestry Land. Good sightseeing in this forest.

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