Palo Corona Regional Park is one of Central Coast California's most significant undeveloped open spaces. Palo Corona encompasses 4,350 acres of the former Palo Corona Ranch. The park stretches for nearly seven miles across rugged, spectacular country that boasts an extraordinary mix of ecosystems and wildlife.
The park climbs from near sea level to over 3,000 feet at the Palo Corona Peak. You can forget the hustle and bustle of city life while exploring the park, which is home to deer, mountain lions, bobcats, bears, and many bird species.
The Franscioni Family has been farming in the Salinas Valley for more than three generations. For... Read more