Kind of a treat to see what the ocean action can do to an old dump site , looks cool and is a good photo opt.
Was there on April 13th and it was a bit of climb down to beach but very easy if u take your time. Rest of beach has more then enough area to relax and enough watching the waves crashing in.
This is a remarkable place, so much glass! My sister and I were excited to go here because we collect sea glass. We had read that its against the law to take the glass so we didn't plan on picking any up, however, a visit to the sea glass museum taught us that it is allowed if you go past... More
My husband and I had a great time walking and climbing over the rocks. There were a lot people who had their dogs, so I am assuming it is dog friendly.
The hike down to the beach can be a bit of a challenge...but worth it. Take something to bring back your shells & glass in. Our kids & their grandparents LOVED it! Great for all ages.
When driving north on Hwy. 1, turn left on Elm St. Drive down till you see the parking area facing the sea. Walk on the path, which runs parallel with a chain link fence. When you reach the end of the fence [almost at the edge of a cliff] be sure and turn left [south] and follow the path down... More
I had never heard of Glass Beach until I read an article on this beach in our AAA Via Magazine. I was expecting to see more colored glass on the beach, but we visited when it was high tide. The beach is lovely though. There is a short walk to the beach and then you need to walk/climb down in... More
Interesting variation of colored glass on the beach. Lots of seabirds and local wildlife to photograph and some quite tame. Good surf in the area is a bonus
nice walk to the beach: A local told us later that we should have walked left as we approached the beach. More glass to see
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