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Red White and Blue Beach in Santa Cruz, California

Red White and Blue Beach was once a popular clothing-optional beach and campground north of Santa Cruz, but it was closed down by the property owners in 2008. Unfortunately until the current owners have a change of heart or the California Coastal Commission steps in to restore access, Red White and Blue will remain one of the beaches you’ll never see in CA. This is a shame because it is a perfect sandy beach located at the mouth of Majors Creek which created this cove complete with high sandstone walls at both ends. A lagoon forms in the cove and is a good birdwatching spot. Laguna Creek Beach is the next public beach to the north and has a reputation as a clothing-optional alternative to Red, White and Blue. Nearby is Wilder Ranch State Park with many great remote beaches to hike into as well. If you want to do a drive-by to see where the Red White and Blue Beach access used to be, just drive the Scaroni Road loop off of Highway 1 just north of Wilder Ranch State Park and look for all the signs for “no trespassing” and “no beach access.”

Address
Scaroni Rd
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Owner
Private
Other Names
RWB Beach
Activities
Beach Exploration, Surfing, Birdwatching
Amenities
No public facilities any more
Pet Policy
No dogs allowed
Fees
They used to charge a fee for access but it is closed 24/7 now

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