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KEEP was created in 1969 to provide environmental experiences for Kern County’s school children. From modest beginnings, KEEP now serves over 7,000 students each year at two campuses located near the ocean. The campuses are KEEP Ocean and KEEP Cambria.

    KEEP Cambria
    KEEP Cambria Pines is located at Camp Yeager in the small town of Cambria along California's beautiful central coast. The campus features 13 acres of Monterey Pine habitat, plus a lush meadow and seasonal creek. Approximately half a mile from the beach, visitors can watch the sun set on the Pacific Ocean and listen to the waves crashing on the shore. The site is owned by the Coalinga-Huron Recreation & Parks District.

    KEEP Ocean
    KEEP Ocean is located on a secluded 10-acre site within Montaña de Oro State Park, some 10 miles south of Morro Bay in California. The campus is nestled behind a grove of eucalyptus trees about one-half mile from the Pacific Ocean. Hiking trails lead from the site to many diverse habitats in the surrounding state park.


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