Tule Elk State Reserve

Tule Elk State Reserve


Location:North of Gorman, south of Buttonwillow, and west of I-5 via Stockdale Highway.
Facilities:Picnic areas, visitor center, exhibits, viewing platform (é).
Activities:Wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Reserve protects a herd of tule elk, once in danger of extinction. The elk are most active from late summer through early autumn. Visitors are encouraged to bring binoculars for better viewing.
Address:c/o Central Valley District Office
22708 Broadway St
Columbia, CA 95310

Phone:661-764-6881
Web: www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=584
Size: 984 acres.

See other parks in California.
References in periodicals archive ?
For elk, collection sites were the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge in Merced County and the Tupman Tule Elk State Reserve in Kern County (California); the Roseburg, Drain, and Demet herds, Douglas County (southwestern Oregon); and the Jewell Wildlife Area, Clatsop County (northwestern Oregon).
Allensworth State Historic Park and Tule Elk State Reserve.