Best Trails 1 Gaviota Peak Goleta, CA Hiking Gaviota Peak is a 6 mile out and back trail located near Goleta, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. 2 Gaviota Wind Caves Goleta, CA HikingEquestrianMountain Biking 3 Nojoqui Falls County Park Trail Goleta, CA Hiking 4 Point Sal Overlook Casmalia, CA HikingFishingEquestrianMountain Biking 5 La Purisma Mission State Park Lompoc, CA HikingEquestrian Best Hiking Best Mountain Biking Best Trail Running La Purisma Mission State Park Lompoc, CA Ocean Beach County Park El Camino Real - Sendero De Solis - Las Zanjas Loop: La Purisima Mission State Historical Park View More lake canyon Lompoc, CA Recent Reviews Jalama Beach, Point Conception: De Anza Trail by Raymond Gamma 4 months ago 9 Completed 9 Reviews Hiked along the beach and watched the birds soar the South bluff. Windy here most of the time, but beautiful nonetheless. Jalama Beach, Point Conception: De Anza Trail by Sarah Bolland (146) 9 months ago 2 Completed 1 Reviews The gatekeeper told me that the walk to the lighthouse was restricted because it is on private property but you can walk along the beach towards Conception Point, which is what I chose to do. It was lovely, cold, misty and windy this morning which was perfect for pictures. I did not, however, make it to the Point because of high tides. I will definitely be back again to finish the hike, take more pictures and maybe stay in the nice little campground if it's not too crowded. La Purisma Mission State Park by Bobbie Parkinson (131) 11 months ago 5 Completed 1 Reviews Beautiful bike and hike trails! Easy trail but you can hit the uphill trails and increase intensity. Jalama Beach, Point Conception: De Anza Trail by Robert Gibson (464) over 1 year ago 9 Completed 9 Reviews Beautiful, fun all-day hike with amazing scenery. You can walk right up to the lighthouse at Point Conception and look up and down from the point. It can be windy here so wear layers. La Purisma Mission State Park by Javier Buenavista (123) over 1 year ago 2 Completed 1 Reviews One of the best places in the area to train on ur mountain bike. The Full trail is about 9 miles. I map it out when i did it. To te green tanks in the back to the 3.8 miles circle on top by the rangers station La Purisma Mission State Park by Gail Clark-Savage (76) almost 2 years ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews I mostly walk the lower trail with my dogs. It is always beautiful, and it is quite an easy walk. We hike in from our home, the back way. The dogs enjoy the quail, rabbits and other critters we see, and of course, once in the Mission building area there are pigs, turkeys, cattle, etc. to see (for me) and smell (for them). I highly recommend it. La Purisma Mission State Park by Ria M. (3288) over 3 years ago 53 Completed 41 Reviews La Purisima Mission is very interesting from a historical perspective and it is a peaceful, shady place for a weekend picnic. The trails go through the surrounding chaparral, with hot sun and deep sand to make hiking a challenge. If you go in the morning you have a good chance of seeing some wildlife -- deer, rabbits, and birds, and maybe some horned lizards in the sandy places. La Purisma Mission State Park by CKJ about 6 years ago Completed Reviews I board my horse near the back trails to the La Purisma Mission and it is decidedly one of the most beautiful areas in Santa Barbara County. The trails are endless and the wilderness is amazing with views of the Lompoc Valley and the surrounding mountains nearby. A must see, especially by horseback. La Purisma Mission State Park by Justin about 7 years ago Completed Reviews It's actally on 246 not 243. Go through Beulton towards Solvang and Lompoc. Follow rest of directons ok.