A Beach Bonfire in Santa Cruz at Twin Lakes SB
Rate this Adventure San Francisco › Twin Lakes State Beach
Added by Brian Heifferon
- An uncrowded stretch of beach
- A beautiful spot to enjoy the sunset
- Showers and bathrooms
- Dog friendly
This one-mile stretch of beach is the perfect option for those looking for a peaceful Santa Cruz experience, but without the crowds. The beach features soft sand, playful surf, an awesome view of Walton Lighthouse, and a handful of fire pits to choose from. It's a great spot to spend the entire day with friends and family, so plan on getting there early to secure a fire pit. The beach is also adjacent to Schwan Lagoon - a great spot to do some bird watching.
Parking can be difficult, so plan accordingly. There are only a handful of spots available in front of the beach. During the summer months a parking permit is required from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends and holidays through Labor Day. Permits may be purchased from the Live Oak Parking trailer.
For more info on the beach regulations, click here: http://www.cityofsantacruz.com...
- Warm layers
- Good friends
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