Santa Monica Mountains view

This Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Fire Management Observation Camera is located at Castro Peak. The image faces northeast towards Gillette Ranch, Paramount Ranch, and Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyons.

Cabrillo National Monument 			 			Zone 1 SouthWest view Cabrillo National Monument 	 			Zone 1 NorthWest view

Rocky intertidal Zone 1 is the area most visited by the public and exhibits disturbance associated with this high level of visitation such as bald patches on rocks where people step to explore the area.

Cabrillo National Monument Zone 3 South view Cabrillo National Monument Zone 3 NorthWest view

Rocky intertidal Zone 3 is restricted to visitation by the public, however these two solar-powered cameras provide real-time access to this protected tidepool area.

Cabrillo National Monument Cabrillo National Monument

Two cameras are situated outside at the Visitors Center and are used to collect air quality data, observe visibility, and provide fabulous views of the San Diego Sky-Line.

Cabrillo National Monument Zone 1 tidepool view

This web camera on the left shows the view of the tide pool area often visited by park visitors.

View of Ship building activity at the Spanish Landing site

The image on the left shows ship building at the Spanish Landing site in San Diego.