Poly Land encompasses nearly ten thousand acres in four large parcels--two in
San Luis Obispo county, and two in Santa Cruz county.
Cal Poly Land comprises one of the university's most valuable assets. Its "outdoor
teaching and learning facilities"* provide laboratories for education and
research, house ecosystems and lifeforms, grow food and fibre, inspire recreation
and renewal, and remain our legacy from past to future generations.
asset is bound to increase in value as California's population and development
pressures mount and as environmental protection becomes a growing national priority.
Explore Cal Poly Land by place or theme or collection using the navigation bar
at the left of every page. Each of the links there leads to further subdivisions.
Poly from the Air