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This beach is definitely very unusual in that the sand is very fine black rocks. Make sure to wear sturdy shoes. It's definitely very hard to reach since the parking lot is on a hill and then you have to walk down the hill to...More
I visited here recently with friends and was so glad we stuck with it over narrow, curvy roads to get there. The beach is beautiful and gives you a sense of the California Lost Coast. It is definitely not for swimming (many warnings about dangers)...More
AS a fan of light houses, to have one within walking distance of our room was a bonus. The rugged, but beautiful beach was accessible. Bring your camera for all the various sea life and animals populating the black sand beach.
After spending two days here, we never wanted to leave. The beach is quite amazing, black sands as far as the eye can see. It's a short hike from the parking lot down to the beach and the trail is wide and solid. As with...More
If you're not from this part of California, it's a trek to drive here, but damn is it worth it. It's so secluded and calm. The water will probably always be too cold to swim in versus SoCal, but the views of the huge trees...More
My husband and I expected a short visit, but spent 2 hours exploring this beautiful area. The beach is rocky so wear shoes and there are warning signs about dangerous waves which kept us at bay from the water, but we enjoyed watching the waves...More
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It's just a short drive from the RV Park, just north of the airport. Take Upper Pacific Drive to Humboldt Loop and follow that to the end. Take a right on Beach Road, then a quick left to the Trailhead Parking Lot. It's a... More
It's just a short drive from the RV Park, just north of the airport. Take Upper Pacific Drive to Humboldt Loop and follow that to the end. Take a right on Beach Road, then a quick left to the Trailhead Parking Lot. It's a short walk down to Black Sands Beach.