Goleta..Ellwood Mesa is part of the Ellwood Devereux Open Space, a 652 acre multi agency regional open space that includes opens space and reserves on UCSB's North and West Campus, lands within the University System's Coal Oil Point Reserve, the Santa Barbara County Land Trust Coronado Butterfly Preserve and the City of Goleta's Ellwood Mesa and Sperling Open Space. An integrated trail system of over 10 miles in length links all of these open space areas and the County unincorporated community of Isla Vista with University lands and those such as Ellwood within the City of Goleta. This linked trail system, beauty and natural resources of this area and proximity to surrounding community results in heavy use of the Ellwood Mesa by residents from the City of Goleta, Isla Vista and UCSB. However, as the largest publicly owned coastal open space on the South Coast of Santa Barbara County, the Ellwood Mesa Trail system serves residents from throughout the South Coast and County, as well as visitors to our community. The Monarch Butterfly Preserves draw visitors and school children from throughout the County and our region.
May 17th, 2021
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