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Our little dog, all eleven pounds of him, loves to walk along the coast around Asilomar, especially along the beach. The sea air makes his nose wrinkle with pleasure. Come to think of it, the sea air makes MY nose wrinkle with pleasure too! Plenty...More
This is a preserve so whatever lands on the beach from the ocean stays there. There's kelp all over the place - 1st time I ever saw that! I was surprised I didn’t see any shells like I do at the Atlantic Ocean.
There weren't as many people as I expected to be on the beach. It is beautiful. It has blue waters, crashing waves against rocks. a beautiful sunset and many little walking trail type things. The seagulls on this beach were a breathtaking sight. This was...More
Beautiful, clean sandy beach with lots of rock cropping that offer crashing waves that would delight even The grumpiest in your group. Lots of places to pull out and park. A fairly new beach boardwalk for the frail and persnickety who go to the beach,...More
I'm almost wary to share this gem of a destination due it may become overcrowded. Truth be told, this beach is lovely as any on the 17 mile drive. Rock formations, tide pools, beautiful white sand beaches that don't scorch your feet.
As far as I know fires are not allowed on the "State Beach" (the end closest to the road) however you can have small Webers or hibachis. If you cross the small stream going from the boardwalk to the sea( the county end... More
As far as I know fires are not allowed on the "State Beach" (the end closest to the road) however you can have small Webers or hibachis. If you cross the small stream going from the boardwalk to the sea( the county end; towards the point at the far end) small fires are allowed.