[ Home ] [ Contact ] [ ]
Drive north on Highway 1, round Estero point, and there lies Cayucos nestled between the curve of Estero Bay and grass-covered hills. Preserving this historic and beautiful open space is the main goal of the Cayucos Land Conservancy (CLC).

Established in 1999, CLC is committed to the enduring preservation of that rural setting with its many natural and scenic resources so that this and other generations can enjoy its beauty.

To that end, CLC has already protected:

  • the Estero Bluffs, four miles of coastal terrace north of Cayucos.
  • the San Geronimo Ranch which is a dominant piece of the Cayucos viewshed and overlooks the Estero Bluffs.

CLC continues to work to preserve:

  • the 1600 hillside lots in the two antiquated subdivisions overlooking Cayucos.
  • the coastal terrace and hillsides south of Cayucos.

The Cayucos Land Conservancy is a member of the national Land Trust Alliance and subscribes to its Standards and Practices.

Form Object

Latest News

25 volunteers came to Estero Bluffs on Sept. 20 for the 30th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day. 15 pounds of plastic bottles and aluminum cans and 141 pounds of other trash were collected. Volunteer, Ken Kaberline, was the winner of a $50 Schooners gift card. Thanks to all who participated..

On Saturday, October 18, 4:30-5:30 p.m., new members are invited for a walk on Estero Bluffs, led by Susan Lyon. At 6:00, all CLC members are invited for a wine and cheese get-together, hosted by Laurie Niblock at her home. Contact oceantravel@charter.net for more information.

Help us make our site better

Click this link and complete the brief questionaire, takes less than a minute. Doing so will provide information so we can make your visits to our site more effective. Thanks

Visit our Gift Shop

All profits support Cayucos Land Conservancy activities.