Piedras Blancas Lightstation
- Tour this landmark lightstation, a remnant from the days when this stretch of coast was critical to the region’s economy―and when lightstations sat on the cutting edge of maritime navigation.
- The lightstation is open to guided tours on specific days.
- Named after the white rocks that threatened the safety of passing ships, Piedras Blancas is a historic park with a lightstation overseen by the Bureau of Land Management and a non-profit organization dedicated to its preservation.
- Part of the California Coastal National Monument and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Piedras Blancas is also a wildlife sanctuary where seabirds, elephant seals and humpback whales can be viewed when in season.