Photo © David Anderson
This nine-mile stretch of secluded beach is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and sandstone cliffs amid the dairy country (5 miles west of the Victorian Village of Ferndale). At this county park one will be able to see pelicans, cormorants, gulls, sandpipers, tundra swans (migration from November to March), harbor seals and gray whales. Take a hike south of the beach up onto the sandstone bluffs, providing a breathtaking vista and an ample opportunity to spot some marine wildlife (bring your binoculars!).
Hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, swimming, beachcombing.
Fees: No fees