Looking for a new place to explore in the Eastern Sierra? Want to see firsthand the impact that supporters like you are having on the lands you love? Visit one of our protected conservation projects!
Eastern Sierra Land Trust’s four Preserves are open to the public, as is our conservation easement at Conway Ranch (owned by Mono County). These are all great places to get outdoors, take in the scenery, and – with luck – catch a glimpse of rare wildlife.
You can learn more about the protected properties you can visit today by clicking on the corresponding images below. For directions and more information, contact us or call (760) 873-4554 – we’re happy to help you find your way.
Know When You Go
Please help us protect the rich diversity of plant and animal life found at our Preserves by following these rules:
- Enjoy your visit on foot
- Motor vehicles and bicycles prohibited
- Pets allowed only on leash or under immediate voice control
- Horseback riding prohibited
- No harassment of wildlife permitted
- Camping, stoves, and fires are prohibited
- Pack out all trash
- No hunting or shooting
- Leave no trace: do not remove, deface, or damage anything you find during your visit, including buildings, fences, plants, and artifacts
- At Conway Ranch: do not enter the licensed fish-rearing or fishing area without permission from Mono County
Please note: the remaining conservation projects that ESLT has helped preserve are on private property, protected by conservation easements. These are not open to the public. However, you can check our upcoming events page to see if we’re hosting a hike, birdwatching day, or other field trip to one of these properties soon!