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Make sure to go on the trail that goes right by the ocean between the big rock formation and the cove. You will discover some surreal rock formations shaped by the elements into the strangest shapes and forms. Keep an eye for marine wildlife. There...More
Salt point is definitely a beautiful State Park. Beaches are beautiful, especially from a geologic standpoint. I just wish they did not restrict drone flying. The beach is completely empty, not a soul there on a cool winter day. No reason you couldn't fly a...More
We were advised to visit this state park by the bartender at the Timber Cove Resort, and we were not disappointed. When we first arrived, the weather was overcast with mist. There was no park ranger at the booth, and you needed to self-register. We...More
We parked our car amidst the trees and we were heading to the Stump Beach, Salt Point State Park.
There was some fog and eventually we saw the beach. The longer we stayed, the more the fog dissipated.
The beach was attractive. It had a...More
We took approx an hour walk. The ranger at the gate could not have been more pleasant or helpful. While we were expecting mostly coastline this trail lead us a little more inand and that terrain and foliage was also very interesting and lovely. Even...More
Salt Point State Park has breathtaking bluff trail hikes, mostly flat, that provide you with one beautiful cove or rock outcropping after another. The bluffs have round "tafoni" features in the rocks, very interesting. Just be safe and don't climb anywhere foolish. We also did...More
This was my favorite park from our trip. All kinds of beauties of the sea the day we went. Wear sturdy sneakers or boots to get up / down the big boulders to get up close with the ocean. It was windy and chilly but...More
Walk out to the fence at the top of the bluff, and beyond! We saw Sea Lions basking on the rocks, and wandered for over an hour just listening to the ocean. Be sure to check your clothes and limbs and dog for bugs... we...More