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My husband and I spent a whole day at the park. In the morning, we hiked a five-mile loop through the forest on the east side of Highway 1. It was a weekday in late September, and we did not see another person the entire...More
We camped in Salt Point State Park at the Woodside Campground Upper Loop this Labor Day. One car went ahead early to stake claim to two better campsites and the rest of the party showed up late in the evening. We really enjoyed the campground...More
Visited in late July. Hiked a trail close to the ocean. The rocky coast is never boring. We watched sealions sunbathe, crashing surf, looked into tide pools, and thoroughly enjoyed our day.
Unfortunately the visitor center was not open. When coming from the South, be...More
This is a great park to explore tide pools, view strange sandstone formations and hike both pine and tan oak woods as well as pygmy forests. It is a wonderful place to camp for all ages, and a premier location for free diving abalone hunting....More
The Reef Campground at Salt Point is a first come, first serve primitive campground. Arrive early to pick your spot as there are only 19 spaces available. Camp host is friendly and sells firewood. Not for large vehicles (max. 17 ft.) Plenty of flushing toilets...More
We stopped at Salt Point on the way from Fort Ross to Mendocino. Salt Point was beautiful, but nothing too memorable stands out beyond what is found up and down Highway 1. We also wandered down to Gerstle Cove. It was Memorial Day weekend and...More
A state park which offers a lot of variety, hiking in the forest, beaches, diving and great views. Well known for its views and wonderful ocean coves and its pygmy forest. Fair warning: to see the pygmy forest you have to climb two miles uphill,...More