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  1. 805-564-5433 The Douglas Family Preserve, formerly “The Wilcox Property,” is a spectacular 70+ acres of open space on beachside bluffs with breathtaking ocean views. It is one of Santa Barbara’s most treasured outdoor spaces. Mostly undeveloped, The Douglas Family Preserve has over three miles of trails with beautiful foliage and wildlife.

  2. Douglas Family Preserve Linda Road Santa Barbara, CA PHONE: 805.564.5418 WEBSITE: http://www.ci.santa-barbara.ca.us Located on the mesa above Arroyo Burro Beach (Hendry’s Beach), the Douglas Family Preserve spans 70 acres of undeveloped oceanfront land, making it the largest area of open coastal space in the City of Santa Barbara.

  3. Jun 12, 2019 · Douglas Family Preserve 76 Reviews #26 of 187 things to do in Santa Barbara Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas Mesa School Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93109 Save Santa Barbara Locals History and Nature Tour 0 reviews Book in advance from $95.00 per adult Check availability View full product details mg1211wanderer 6 1 A Hidden Gem

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  4. Jan 10, 2014 · Douglas Family Preserve is one of the few parks in Santa Barbara that allows dogs off-leash. However, dogs must be under control at all times, and on leash until inside the preserve’s designated off-leash area. Signs posted within the park indicate where the off-leash area begins and ends.

  5. Once you're at the top of the bluffs, stay to the right and follow the wide, dirt Douglas Family Preserve Trail as it bends to the west and then as it moves down coast over the sea-side cliffs. This length of the hike along the cliffs offers amazing coastal views. You'll eventually reach the end of the path as it hits Medcliff Road on the short ...

  6. 159 reviews of Douglas Family Preserve "Aka, "The Wilcox Property", Aka "The Dog Park" I used to go here almost every day, as it is the only park in Santa Barbara where you're allowed to walk your dogs off leash. It is a fairly large park, and when you have small dogs, as I do, it is an awesome place to walk your dogs.

  7. Description. From the Arroyo Burro Beach parking lot located off of Cliff Drive, follow the Oak Grove Trail up the north side of the Arroyo Burro Estuary. Then, cross over Mesa Creek on a bridge before briefly climbing up to the top of the bluff to connect to the Douglas Trail. Once you're at the top of the bluffs, stay to the right and follow ...

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