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Mendocino County's Albion State Park

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Albion State Park FAQ's:

Question: Where is the Albion State Park?

Answer: It is located along Coast Highway One just south of the village of Albion.

Question: How big is the park?

Answer: The park is 500 acres.

Question: What does the park feature?

Answer: Rugged headlands, ridge top prairies, vernal pools, redwood and fir trees, stream side woods and meadows. It has 1.6 miles of easily accessible, year-round streams bearing endangered Coho salmon. Complete with beautiful walking trails.

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Albion State Park
Visit the Albion State Park home page and read about it's fairly recent birth into the State Park Program.


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