We visited the historic part of the state park. Loved the sea life discovered in the tidal pools. Almost even more fascinating are the campy (and rentable) cabana huts dotting the trail surrounding the beach. They are like a fun page out of time. One parks across the highway, in the Los Trancos area, loads onto the trolley, (there's even a handicapped accessable transport,) & saves on the parking fee by presenting a restaurant receipt totaling more than 15$ from the couple of offered establishments. My only advice apart from not forgetting your camera, would be to bring water shoes or an old pair of sneakers while navigating the rocky shoals nearer the waves. Have fun!
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