Agate Beach Campground can be a wonderful place to call home while exploring the beauty of Patrick's Point State Park. This campground is located only a short hiking trail and set of stairs away from the beach. Each campsite has picnic tables and fire rings, and the campground itself has restrooms and showers.
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Biking to Patrick’s Point is an awesome experience - the slower pace of a bike versus a car allows visitors to really soak in a...Read more
Surf fishing at Patrick’s Point is a popular activity, as this is one of favorite places for local anglers. The best times of t...Read more
Patrick’s Point keeps visitors coming back time and time again with its varied scenery and breathtaking views that never grow o...Read more
Patrick’s Point is a wonderful spot to go sea kayaking. Kayaking in Trinidad Bay allows visitors to explore unique rock formati...Read more
Although there is a no bolting rule effective in Patrick’s Point State Park, the park is still an awesome spot for a little bou...Read more
Patrick’s Point State Park can be a great place to catch a wave. The beach here is a reef and point break that supplies surfers...Read more
Patrick’s Point is the ideal place for a scavenger hunt of wildlife. On the shore, parkgoers can listen for (or often see) sea...Read more
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We didn't have reservations & arrived late - happy to have a few sites open. Seems like a popular place. The campsites feel secluded due to thick jungle-like brush between them but it seems very hastily & sloppily chopped - lots of little stumps to trip on. Raspberries are all over & you're allowed to forage for them - we added some to our oatmeal. The beach is beautiful, especially with the fog, though it is a dangerous beach & is not for swimming. You're allowed to keep agates, which is nice. Overall we were disappointed with the quality of amenities for the cost. The bathrooms are super basic. No soap at the sinks. Watch out for hungry wildlife - we had a skunk at night & a lot of birds during the day trying to steal food.