Nature is right outside
Beachwalk is adjacent to Mandalay State Beach—a natural habitat featuring sand dunes, wetlands and nearly 3,000 feet of shoreline. This protected ecosystem is ideal for fishing and windsurfing, or for witnessing the nesting instincts of the western snowy plover and California least tern. Imagine experiencing the coast as its first inhabitants would have found it centuries ago, only a short stroll from your own home.
From its inception, Beachwalk has not only wanted to fit in with its surroundings, but preserve and restore them as well. Beachwalk will put 60 acres of land into habitat conservation and setback—roughly two-thirds of the project’s size. This will help to conserve dune scrub, coastal sagebrush, dune buckwheat, coyote brush-willow habitats, coastal wetlands as well as special status species, including the Ventura marsh milk-vetch plant, the western snowy plover and the silvery legless lizard.
We’ll continue to work with the California Department of Parks and Recreation and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to ensure both habitat and species are protected. And to help one and all enjoy the preserved habitat, Beachwalk will offer extensive public interpretive trails.
Our properties are virtually surrounded by some of the most beautiful protected habitat California has to offer. Our goal is to keep it that way.