A boundary survey is required to legally confirm and re-establish property lines as part of the park's on-going maintenance and operational needs. This park was acquired in 2003 and has not been developed for public use. It is presently landlocked, but the unit's natural , scenic and cultural resources must be maintained by statute (GC 5002.1). A boundary survey is required to legally determine where to post fencing and signage, to identify property lines for neighboring ranchers which (may have livestock trespassing) and parcel owners and to dissuade public trespass and accompanying liability. The survey also aids development of a park General Plan and development of resources policies and management programs and as background for future land use planning, maintenance, interpretation and operation so that the park can be developed for future public use.
California State Parks