The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County has protected nearly 23,000 acres of rolling hills, working ranches and farms, watersheds, oak woodlands and coastal bluffs in Santa Barbara County.

The following properties are open to the public. Click on each preserve name to learn more about visiting, hiking and school and community group opportunities. For additional images please visit our image gallery.

Arroyo Hondo Preserve, Gaviota (782 acres)

Midland School Ranch, Santa Ynez (2,727 acres)

Burton Mesa Chaparral/Mackie Mountain, Lompoc (17 acres)

Burton Ranch Chapparal Preserve, Lompoc (95 acres)

Carpinteria Bluffs, Carpinteria (52 acres)

Carpinteria Salt Marsh, Carpinteria (35 acres)

Coronado Butterfly Preserve, Goleta (9 acres)

El Capitan Ranch and Horse Ranch, Gaviota (650 acres)

Fairview Gardens, Goleta (12 acres)

Franklin Trail, Carpinteria (Second Phase: 5.2 miles total)

Hot Springs Canyon, Santa Barbara (462 acres)

Modoc Preserve, Santa Barbara (25 acres)

More Mesa, Santa Barbara (36 acres)

Point Sal, Santa Maria area (130 acres)

San Ysidro Oak Woodland or Ennisbrook, Montecito (44 acres)

Sedgwick Reserve, Santa Ynez Valley (5,896 acres)

South Parcel Nature Park UCSB, Goleta (68 acres)