Fort Ord National Monument Trails

Fort Ord National Monument Trails

Fort Ord National Monument has a rich history and diverse habitat. It is a coastal gem with more than 86 miles of trails to hike, bike or ride your horse through rolling hills, pockets of chaparral and oak woodlands. You will see a huge diversity of plant life and animals in habitats that include streamside corridors, grasslands, maritime chaparral, oak woodlands and seasonal pools. 

The BLM manages the Fort Ord National Monument in a manner that protects natural values, honors the military and cultural heritage of the landscape, and offers high-quality, non-motorized outdoor recreation opportunities.

There are many trails here, with places along the way where your dog can play unleashed, as long as voice control is maintained. Except where posted, dogs must be on a 6′ leash. Stay on open roads and trails at all times, and be sure they don’t go into ponds or vernal pools.

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