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Mountain bikes must stay on paved or fire roads, however, fire roads are closed to bicycles from October 31 to April 30. Bikes ...Read more
Motorized boating isn’t really available at this park, but that doesn’t mean you can’t hit the water! Grab your paddle and chec...Read more
Salt Point is a very good spot for surf fishing. In the Gerstle Cove State Marine Reserve and the Stewarts Point State Marine R...Read more
Salt Point has a ton to offer for the adventurous, but even a casual in hike in the park is pretty darn epic. There are over 20...Read more
There are over 20 miles of hiking and equestrian trails to explore in Salt Point State Park. Trail maps are available at the en...Read more
Gerstle Cove is a protected launch site that kayakers often use to make their way out of the cove and into the open ocean for...Read more
Salt Point is known for its climbing, particularly its bouldering (which to date has over 30 problems to work on). The climbing...Read more
At Salt Point State Park, visitors can spot an array of birds such as pelicans, ospreys and woodpeckers. On land, visitors may ...Read more
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Stayed here during the first week of June. Couldn't reserve specific sites in advance - you just make a reservation, then pick when you get there from what's open. We chose Site 34 as it was a) available (!), near the (clean and modern) restrooms, near the trail to the coast, and surrounded by trees and brush. We had a nice flat shaded lawn to pitch the tent, and it seemed somewhat protected from the wind (but perhaps we just got a calm weekend?) The trail down to Gerstle Cove from Woodside did not appear to be maintained and was overgrown, so wear long pants if you react to poison oak. Gerstle Cove is utterly beautiful, the tiny Visitor's Center is scenic, the tidepools were bit disappointing. Do NOT miss the sunset over the water!
Nice space between sites. Good spots: 96 (one tent space only), 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, and 109. Convenient to the beach if you're abalone diving but its crowded and loud during the season. Lots of families with screaming kids unfortunately. Still a nice spot