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My friend is rock a rock hunter & now has me looking at rocks!! Beautiful breathtaking beach. Hoping the homeless on the beach won’t ruin it. Yes, we were approached but they were friendly. Great beach for exploring with friend and family.
I LOVE Moonstone beach.. we've been going to Cambria for 20 years & love Moonstone beach.
We recently contacted a local photographer to take our pictures on the beach for our 34th anniversary & so excited to see them.
Its hot or miss with a...More
A great little spot to getaway for romantic weekend off from the kids. Weather was great the town and surrounding area was cute and full of nice shops and restaurants. Lots of vineyards about to for lazy afternoons spent tasting wine. Will definitely go back.
Off the beaten path, but worth a visit! Most California travelers gallivant up Highway 101 or even faster I-5. But you have to take Highway 1 to reach Moonstone Beach. Motels and inns line the other side of the highway. Moonstone Beach is for walking,...More
If the tide is out a walk on Moonstone Beach is very pleasant. Lots of driftwood has allowed visitors to construct many entertaining structures. However, some have left littler behind, detracting from the experience. We saw a pod of dolphins in the surf. Overlooking the...More
Great for romantic couple getaway and/or family vacation! Search for moonstones and other gems while enjoying the crashing waves of the Pacific. Take a stroll down to the tide pools and hang around for one of the most amazing sunsets you will ever see!
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Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed... More
Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed dogs, both on and off leash, on the beaches... (With our dog, we stayed off the beaches -- better to observe the limited restrictions rather than risk having dogs banned altogether...)