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Bishop Peak Natural ReserveThe Ranger Service works to provide both educational and recreational opportunities to the citizens of San Luis Obispo.  The City's 4,000 acres of designated open space promise to have something for everyone.  Rugged hiking trails, challenging mountain biking and leisurely scenic pathways can be found just minutes from downtown.  Open spaces in and around SLO demonstrate the beauty and diversity that characterize California's famed central coast.  Within just 5 miles of the city center, outdoor enthusiasts can find themselves exploring marshy wetlands, traversing mature growth woodlands or viewing hidden waterfalls. 

To view maps of the City's open spaces, click the links below.  For more information on Ranger Services Programs click here or contact Ranger Services at 781-7300.
 

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Overall Open Space and Trails Map    
Bishop Peak Natural Reserve Map 8x11 11x17
Cerro San Luis Natural Reserve Map 8x11 11x17
Irish Hills Natural Reserve Map 8x11 11x17
Islay Hill Open Space Map 8x11 11x17
Johnson Ranch Open Space Map 8x11 11x17
Laguna Lake Open Space Map 8x11 11x17
Reservoir Canyon Natural Reserve Map 8x11 11x17
South Hills Open Space Map 8x11 11x17
Stenner Springs Natural Reserve Map 8x11 11x17
Terrace Hill Open Space Map 8x11 11x17

  

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