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Extremely windy trails! This coastal trail is quite boring; however, you can bike , walk or horseback. Minus the windchill factor, this is an even and easy trail. Parking is $10 but there are other street parking option. Campsite and RV hookup are available but...More
This really shows you why it is called half moon bay. The beach stretches for miles and the curve is very obvious. Plenty of parking and great views up and down the coast. A good place for a picnic lunch and watch the pelicans flying...More
Great place for a photo shoot. Beautiful sea cliffs and the wondrous Ritz Carlton in the backdrop. Nice trial leading up to the Beach. There are other surrounding beaches that might be prettier but the nice thing is that their nearby. Look at a map...More
My soul soars at the beach so I head toward the ocean whenever I’m close to it. The wind, smells, sound of the surf and seagulls and vastness of the water remind me of God’s majesty and the earth’s beauty. This beach was no exception,...More
I stayed at the Half Moon Bay campground about a mile south of the center of town. At that point the sandy beach is about a hundred feet below a bluff. Going north there is a trail along the bluff for a half mile or so. Then... More
I stayed at the Half Moon Bay campground about a mile south of the center of town. At that point the sandy beach is about a hundred feet below a bluff. Going north there is a trail along the bluff for a half mile or so. Then you are at the level of the sand beach. I have not gone north of the beach area just south of town., so I don't know exactly how it unfolds going north of there. I have driven along that area going to the harbor north of town, but I didn't take notice of the situation along the water. That could be where the pebbly beach is. I suggest Googling the visitors bureau of Half Moon Bay and see if they can help you.