Fort Ord National Monument
Fort Ord National Monument in California was designated to protect some of the last undeveloped natural wildlands on the Monterey Peninsula. Located on the former Fort Ord military base, the monument is home to more than 35 species of rare plants and animals along with their native coastal habitats. A part of the BLM’s National Conservation Lands, the monument also offers more than 86 miles of trails for the public to explore on foot, bike or horseback.
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