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Colson Canyon Gate - Los Padres National Forest
34.939313, -120.194275

Gate Details

  • GateStatus: Open
  • County: Santa Barbara County
  • Ranger District: Santa Lucia Ranger District
  • Longitude: -120.194275
  • Latitude: 34.939313

This gate is located at the Forest Boundary along Colson Canyon Rd.  It is almost always open but does get closed after periods of heavy rain.  If the gate is locked you cannot drive up to Colson Camp or any of the trails beyond.  You're walking or riding your bike from here.  There is a small turnout and place to part if the road is closed and the canyon is very pretty.




Comments (1)

    There is going to be some construction along the road in March 2015.  Schedule is below:




    11N04 Colson Canyon
    Mile Post 3.1 Road closed between 8am-12pm and 1-5pm,
    Monday through Friday.


    Mile Post 5.7: Road may


    be closed from 7:00am through 5:00pm.





    Author's website: www.LPForest.org

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Last Updated: Friday, February 20, 2015



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