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Out of the way beach

This is not a beach you go to for sun bathing. It was VERY windy and cool. We were there at low... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Barbara D
Goshen, Indiana
Beautiful beach full of small treasures

Its a bit of steep hike up and down from the beach but if you are physically cable its worth it... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
Austin, Texas
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Remote beach offering thunderous waves, big rocks and sea lions.
  • Excellent43%
  • Very good31%
  • Average18%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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“tide pools” (6 reviews)
“stone” (3 reviews)

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Reviewed 11 July 2017

This is not a beach you go to for sun bathing. It was VERY windy and cool. We were there at low tide when there were lots of tide pools. There is an old beached whale on one part of the beach which is rather...More

1  Thank Barbara D
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Its a bit of steep hike up and down from the beach but if you are physically cable its worth it. Such a beautiful beach full of agate rocks for collecting. Well worth the time to check this place out and gather a souvenir or...More

Thank SteelCity13
Reviewed 9 March 2017 via mobile

We were sent here to do some tidepooling. We walked a long way at low tide. Didn't see any tide pools but did pick up cool rocks & driftwood. It does cost to park but minimum. Nice way to spend the afternoon!

Thank M L G
Reviewed 22 August 2016

It is a bit of a hike to get to Agate Beach, and well worth it if you like hunting for treasures. Bring your sand pail and collect agates. It is a good idea to check the local tide table and come when the tide...More

Thank SivaOR
Reviewed 31 May 2016

You have to want to get there as there is a daily fee to enter the park and with construction the parking lot close to the entrance is closes. In addition care needs to be taken on the path and stairs down to the beach....More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 2 January 2016

When we went we had the beach mostly to ourselves. Make sure to go at low tide, otherwise you can't see any of the pools. We went at low tide, and were able to see a lot of snails, hermit crabs, anemones, sea weeds, and...More

2  Thank wanderlust3142015
Reviewed 25 August 2015

I could spend hours here! I came here as a child and just came back with my own son and my parents. The trail to walk down to the beach is beautiful. We only looked for a little bit and found about 4 agates! A...More

Thank emailm
Reviewed 22 July 2015

Agate Beach is part of Patrick's Point State Park and is accessed by a long trail down from the park. But it is worth it. Having always been a beachcomber, I loved being able to sit down on the gravel/sand and run my fingers through...More

4  Thank Debbie O
Reviewed 11 June 2015

We went at low tide to search the tide pools. We didn't see much, the seagulls were there first. The kids had fun picking up pieces of crab and trying to recreate a crab. They called it crab puzzles. They played with drift wood and...More

3  Thank Carol L
Reviewed 17 March 2015 via mobile

We were impressed with Agate beach. It's tide pools, caves and rocky points add to the beach immensely...hidden between two out cropping, it breaks the wind unlike Huntington beach which is wide open...great place for the kids of all ages to explore....had to park on...More

1  Thank Richard R
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