Estero Bluffs Clean-Up 2022

Saturday September 17, 9am to Noon

Killer's Surf Spot — aka Fig Tree Parking Area
Estero Bluffs State Park



Let's show our love for the Estero Bluffs!

First of all, many thanks to all of you who walk and clean the Estero Bluffs throughout the year.

The Cayucos Land Conservancy once again invites you to come out and be part of an international clean up day. All over the world volunteers will be cleaning creekbeds and coastlines.

In 2021, at the Estero Bluffs State Park site, our CLC team gathered and hauled away almost 200 lbs. of trash in 3 hours at Estero Bluffs alone - and had fun doing it. The SLO County-wide effort is sponsored by ECOSLO and the Ocean Conservancy.

How it works

Meet at Killer's surf spot (Fig Tree Parking Area) by 9am, Saturday September 17 in order to choose or be assigned an area to clear of trash. Then we'll spread out over the four mile stretch from North Ocean Avenue to Villa Creek.

BYOB (Bring Your Own Bucket and Bags) and we'll enter you in a drawing. "Grabbers" are also highly recommended. We'll have some supplies on hand, including hand sanitizer (which we all have in abundance now...) and prizes!

(You can be part of a worldwide effort to reduce trash by downloading this Trash-Free-Seas app from the Ocean Conservancy for documenting what you pick up as you go.)

Return by 11:30 to weigh and document what's been collected and identify any areas to be checked by State Parks or other agency.

Bring water and gloves and probably a hat, too. Be sure to wear sunscreen and good walking shoes.

Creeks to Coast Cleanup: For many years the Cayucos Land Conservancy has coordinated with ECOSLO for local efforts on this worldwide cleanup. More information about ECOSLO's plans for 2022 will be coming out soon.

In the meantime, please plan to join us at Estero Bluffs State Park on Saturday, September 17.


Please continue to support CLC in its mission — preserving the lands around the community we love.