Leo Carrillo State Park has 1,5 kilometers of beach for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, surfing, and beachcombing. There are also tide pools, coastal caves and exploration reefs on the beach. The major campgrounds are shaded by giant sycamores. The park also includes hiking in the backcountry.
During the winter, junior rangers and campfire programs are available. On tidepools and gray whales, the Visitor Center has interpretive exhibits. Field visits to college are provided throughout the college year. The park was named after the actress, conservationist and conservationist Leo Carrillo (1880-1961).
Nearby bathrooms and showers are not gross, vehicles are parked on the campground so there is no lugging equipment a lengthy way, and children can drive scooters comparatively safe and freely. The front of the property's tiny shop has essential for purchase: beer, wipes, toys, and warm coffee, etc. We went camping on the weekend. You can securely walk / scooter down the freeway from the campground to the beach.
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