Corral de Tierra is an unincorporated community in Monterey County, California. It is located in the Corral de Tierra Valley at an elevation of 404 feet (123 m).
The community of Corral de Tierra lies along Highway 68 midway between Salinas and the Monterey Peninsula. The corner of Corral de Tierra and Highway 68 is 10 miles from the City of Monterey and 7 miles from the City of Salinas.
State Route (SR) 68 stretches 20 miles between Salinas and Pacific Grove. It is part of the DeAnza Trail, a route that once linked all of California’s mission settlements during the Spanish Colonial era. CalTrans had plans to turn SR 68 into a freeway in the 1950s and 1960s, but environmental concerns stopped the expansion.
As of 2016, there were 13,500 residents who reside in the Toro Park, San Benancio and Corral de Tierra districts.
The postal zip code for Corral de Tierra is 93908.
The total population of of 93908 is approximately 19,209. It occupies approximately 166.95 square miles.
Overall, expenses in 93908 are 30% higher than the National Average. Most people in this zipcode own their home, with 81% of households being occupied by owners.
As for the demographics in this zipcode, the median age is 40, 58% of residents are married, and 35% of residents have at least one child. About 22% of adults here have a bachelor's degree or higher.
The overall risk of crime in 93908 is 41% lower than the National Average.