The park has perfectly laid out trails that go in loops so you will come back to where you started with no problem. They are of differing lengths of time so you know how long they are too which is also very helpful. The views cant be beat looking over the cliffs toward the Pacific ocean. It was a little hard to find the entrance but it is at the end of the beach parking. It is $20 to park but "free" to get in. There is also a lodge built in the early 1900's that used to be a rest stop for travelers that is now a small but interesting museum right near the parking. It was a great day with pleasant temperatures and ocean breezes!
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