Garland Ranch Park Rules

Stay on designated trails-walk softly, take only memories and leave only footprints. AND, be sure to pack out what you pack in.

ACCESS: Garland Park is located at 700 West Carmel Valley Road (approximately 8.6 miles east of Highway 1 or 1 mile west of Laureles Grade). Upper and lower parking lots available at main entrance.

HOURS: Access is limited to daylight hours from dawn to dusk. No overnight use or camping is permitted.

USE: Hiking, horseback riding and mountain bike riding (limited areas) are permitted in the park.

PETS: Domestic animals are welcome if under leash or immediate voice and visual control.  Owners must clean up after their pets and dispose of waste in trash receptacles.

FIRE/SMOKING: Fires, incendiary devices, fireworks, cooking stoves, any source of open flame, and smoking are strictly prohibited.

RESOURCES: It is unlawful to injure, damage, collect, harass, remove, or disturb any cultural, historical, biological, or physical object. Metal detectors and other collecting tools are prohibited.

HUNTING/FISHING/WEAPONS: Hunting and weapons of any type are not allowed. Fishing is allowed only as permitted by the California Department of Fish & Game.

FOOD: Food and beverages are allowed. However, there are no waste receptacles on the trails. Please pack out all you pack in.

TRESPASS: For the benefit of all, obey and respect all private property, boundary, administrative notices, and closure signs. Trespassing on private property is subject to citation/prosecution and loss of future access privileges.

CLOSURE: Access may be temporarily closed due to wildlife, fire, public safety, resource protection, or other environmental concerns.

Failure to abide by park rules and appropriate etiquette may result in loss of access privileges.