Beaches

Tide Pools of Cambria

Explore Cambria's Under-The-Sea Wildlife! Cambria is home to multiple ideal locations for scouting tide pools and the creatures that reside in them. To avoid crushing any tide pool critters, please do not pick up any of the animals—just observe and leave them in their home. At Leffingwell Landing, you can tip-toe among the tide pools …

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Moonstone Beach

Famous for its dramatic coastline and breathtaking views, the Moonstone Beach Boardwalk is where your Cambria seaside escape begins. Whether you want to sink your toes into the sand, catch glimpses of marine life swimming by, explore living tide pools, or head out to sea for surfing, boating, and other aquatic adventures, you will find there is …

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Harvey Street Beach Access

Easy beach access is available at Wedgewood and Harvey Streets. There is a rough access to Otter Cove at the south end of Fiscalini Ranch and the north end of Windsor Boulevard.

Wedgewood Street Beach Access

Easy beach access is available at Wedgewood and Harvey Streets. There is a rough access to Otter Cove at the south end of Fiscalini Ranch and the north end of Windsor Boulevard.

Nottingham Drive Beach Access

Nottingham Drive Beach Access is a 3-acre State Park with one bench on Nottingham Drive between Plymouth and Cambridge Streets.

Pico Creek Beach Access

Pico Creek Beach Access, just south of San Simeon, is considered one of the best surfing areas along the Central Coast. There is a reef break just in front of the creek mouth, making for a smooth ride. The creek runs most of the year and the lagoon with much wildlife is year-round. There are …

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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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