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Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park

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Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park

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Vida67 wrote a review Dec 2020
Cambria, California287 contributions83 helpful votes
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Took the hike in ( 3/4 mike) this time and enjoyed the trail to myself! The other trail to get to Light House Station is 1/2 a mile and one straight easy shot. Trails well maintained and easily marked. Saw birds, deers other animals in the bushes heard not seen. Great time, lots of pictures!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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AMC wrote a review Oct 2020
San Anselmo, California15 contributions
A nice easy stroll to the lighthouse ending with spectacular views on the bluff & more trails to explore. Due to COVID, the lighthouse itself was not open nor was the museum. Gift shop purchases could be made through the open window around the left side of the lighthouse. There was a mask covered docent available to answer questions outside around the lighthouse and another mask covered docent manning the giftshop window. Both were friendly & we appreciated them being present. Several nice bluff trails lead off from the lighthouse itself. We took the trail to Frolic Cove, the site of an historic shipwreck. We plan to return when other sites can be open to enjoy.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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EuropeCosmicTravel wrote a review Sep 2020
Mira Mesa, California130 contributions14 helpful votes
Visited this gem because other reviewers mention it being a light hike. Use the paved trail at the south of the parking lot. Walk down is fine, but beware it up hill on the way back. Technically the road is for handicapped or those staying in the cabins, however there are a few spots next to the Handicapped parking if you dine think you can walk uphill. With Covid Restrictions, the museum store was closed inside, but there a nice lady in the window that will bring you any item you might want and handle your purchase. Don’t miss the cove to the south of the lighthouse where seals will see you from above and pop-up to show off. You can’t hike down to the cove as it’s a nature preserve but still a nice walk and beautiful scenery from above.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Cathy C wrote a review Aug 2020
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What a great job the volunteers do, to keep this lighthouse up. The grounds are beautiful, the volunteers are friendly and knowledgeable, items for sale are at a great price. Love the history of this place.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jerry S wrote a review Mar 2020
Oahu's Windward Coast, Hawaii30 contributions1 helpful vote
This is still in operation and you will be smart the condition and all the volunteers that put there heart into this place
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Date of experience: March 2020
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