in Talega/San Clemente:
Clemente State Beach
with surfers on the north end of the one-mile
beach. Other popular activities are skin
diving and hiking along the trails on the
bluffs. The beach has a landscaped bluff
top with picnic areas. Trails lead down
to the beach, which is also popular for
body surfing, swimming, and skin diving.
include rv Hookups, rv dump station, showers,
horseback trails, nature trails, family
and group campsites, beach access.
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Onofre State Beach
Onofre State Beach features 3.5-miles of
sandy beaches with six access trails cut
into the bluff above. The campground is
along Old Highway 101 adjacent to the sandstone
bluffs. The beach is popular with swimmers
and surfers. The park includes a marshy
area where San Mateo Creek meets the shoreline
and Trestles Beach, a well-known California
surfing site. Whales, dolphins and sea lions
can be seen offshore from time to time.
The park's coastal terrace is chaparral-covered.