Can you swim at Pajaro Dunes?
A leisurely stroll around The Dunes 150 acres reveals its abundant natural pleasures. The mile-and-a-half beach is nationally-acclaimed as one of the finest on the coast of the western United States. It is shallow for hundreds of feet into the sea – excellent for swimming, surfing, skim-boarding, and surf fishing.
What is there to do in Pajaro Dunes?
- Año Nuevo State Reserve. Hwy 1 between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay Recorded.
- Elkhorn Slough. Elkhorn Slough Foundation, P.O. Box 267, Moss Landing, CA 95039.
- Kayak Connection.
- Monterey Bay Aquarium.
- Mystery Spot.
- National Steinbeck Center.
- Roaring Camp Railroads.
- Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
What beach is Pajaro Dunes?
Palm Beach in Watsonville, California North and south of the park the state-owned beach continues in front of the Pajaro Dunes Resort which has condos and vacation rentals.
Is Pajaro Dunes Resort pet friendly?
Absolutely no pets are permitted in or on Pajaro Dunes properties. Violation of this policy will result in fines being levied by the Pajaro Dunes Homeowner Association and may result in immediate eviction with no rental refunds.
Is Pajaro Dunes a private beach?
This private, white sand community is close to area wineries, boutiques, golf courses and attractions, with Palm Beach and Sunset State Beach both a short distance away.
When was Pajaro Dunes built?
The 550 condominiums, townhouses and single-family dwellings that make up Pajaro Dunes were built in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The wood and glass buildings are clustered on 142 acres of oceanfront property on both sides of Beach Road.
Is Rio Del Mar Beach closed?
Open 8am to sunset.
How far is Watsonville CA from the ocean?
There are 6.24 miles from La Selva Beach to Watsonville in southeast direction and 7 miles (11.27 kilometers) by car, following the CA 1 route. La Selva Beach and Watsonville are 11 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop.