One of the oldest known American Indian archeological sites
San Miguel Island and its associated islets support one-third of the breeding seabirds in the Channel Islands.
Channel Islands National Park & National Marine Sanctuary
The Channel Islands National Park is truly the jewel of Southern California. Located 11 miles from the Channel Islands Harbor. The park consists of five islands and their surrounding ocean ecosystem. This pristine wilderness gives visitors a sense of what the raw natural beauty of California truly is.
The National Park and Sanctuary offer visitors a plethora of activities for the outdoor enthusiast including: camping, hiking, kayaking, sailing, snorkeling, diving, sport fishing & whale watching.