- Point Lobos Ranch
Point Lobos Ranch is an area in the State of California,
USA, owned by the California State Park Systemwhich is being held for possible use as a state park. Point Lobos Ranch is located south of Carmel by the Sea and east of Point Lobos State Reserve. The world's largest grove of Monterey Pineis located here. Point Lobos Ranch was seen in an episode of Bay Area Back Roads.
[http://www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=569 California State Parks page]
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