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I love beaches, especially when we can walk and enjoy the elements.
Enderts Beach has dark brown sand. There is a bit of gravel.
I love walking near the ocean. It feels me with energy!
Going down to the beach we saw several plants.
Spotted a few seals, was pretty awesome to see.
perfect place if you have small kids that like to get in the water waves are pretty small and wasn’t to cold when we went in sep. very fun if you have a boogie boards. Beach...More
So disappointed tee we were unable to get to this beach. You can go down o my as far as the crescent beach overlook and the parking lot. Trail is closed due to mud/land slide. Gates up. We went down the road a bit to...More
We turned off Highway 101 to visit Enderts Beach. There is a beautiful overlook, but at the end of the road we saw that the trail to the beach was closed. Apparently the heavy rains over this past winter took their toll on the trail...More
The trail down to Enderts Beach is worth the hike - the sea stacks & craggy coastline are beautiful and the beach itself is located in a secluded cove - just lovely. Lots to see in the tidepools - starfish, sea slugs, anemone).
Endert’s Beach is a charming beach that is located only a short distance from Crescent City. From the parking lot, the trail leads you through the forest and then along the cliffside to get to the beach. It is a somewhat steep descent, but worth...More
We visited here with our two boys ages 9 + 11. We really enjoyed the hike along the Coastal Trail down to Enderts Beach. The views were very pretty and the trail easy to walk. There was a bathroom near the beach by the campground....More
We did a Ranger led tour of the tide pools early one morning. My teens were not happy about getting up this early but were so happy they did! The tide pools are abundant with a variety of cool species! We got to feed giant...More