Beautiful sand beach and a great way to see Elephant seals up close. Definitely recommend anyone to visit this site
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Driving down the highway and pulled in, took a walk around and took pictures. Read the literature. The story is incredible how they have survived and recovered from less than 50 to their current herd size.
I've gone once a year for the past couple of years - it's wonderful! Things to know: wear layers - sometimes it's cold and windy, sometimes it's sunny and hot, there are no bathroom facilities anywhere near here, so plan ahead for that, and finally,...More
Do not miss it out! Lots of elephant seals there enjoying the sun on the sandy beach. Very interesting place to visit after your visit to Hearst Castle.
If you are at Hearst Castle, you should stop to see the Elephant seals. This area is undisturbed and you can see Elephant seals in their natural habitat. When we were there only young seals were present and they were in the process of resting...More
This seaside is really a special place. There are during whole year several elephant seals in the differente stages of their life. This kind of wild animal has been endangered species and before the visit, I believed it was very hard to see them so...More
Very nice place to observe elephant seals without disturbing them, very helpful volunteer explaining a lot of things about them
Fantastic place to see elephant seals ... pups playing with each other and grown ups relaxing and basking on the sun