Beaches & Trails

Leffingwell Landing Trail

Just north of Moonstone Beach, this trail includes views of seabirds, occasional sea otters and migrating California Gray Whales in season.

Moonstone Beach Boardwalk

Enjoy strolling the one-mile boardwalk that meanders all along the splendid coast between Cambria’s north end to Leffingwell Landing and back. Or find refuge on the abundance of wooden benches along the beach park and spend a relaxing afternoon listening to the ocean’s melody while watching whales, dolphins, and birds. Beachcombing, exploring tide pools and viewing the sea otters as they …

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Washburn Campground Trails

This 3.3-mile trail runs through parts of the San Simeon Natural Preserve and the Washburn Campground. The trail includes scenic overlooks, rest-stop benches and interpretive panels with information on wildlife and habitat. The trail begins at the end of the boardwalk and continues south across the wetland and up into the pine trees. There is …

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Darling Magazine: The Solo Getaway of Your Dreams

  Recently, Cassie Winslow from Darling Magazine took an incredible solo trip to Cambria, and basically, she stole our hearts in the process. We love her beautiful photography, her independent soul, her stylish aesthetic, and most of all, her do-it-all itinerary! Here’s a sneak peek of her fantastic article: “Nestled on the Pacific Coast just …

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By Land or by Sea — Kayaking in Cambria

The Pacific Coast Highway along the Central California Coastline offers an awe-inspiring landscape of steep, rocky mountain cliffs set against a rugged wind-swept shoreline. With some of the most stunning scenery and unspoiled vistas, this breath-taking expanse is one that everyone should experience firsthand. For the outdoor enthusiast, there’s no better vantage point than from the …

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