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Restaurants

  • Nick's Seashore Dining
  • Moonraker
  • Breakers
  • Rock'n Rob's Famous Burgers
  • A Grape in the Fog
  • The Surf Spot

Pacifica Vacation Travel Information

Rockaway Beach in Pacifica, California

Rockaway Beach is a popular brown colored sandy beach in Pacifica, CA. Right next to the beach are restaurants and hotels so you can spend the day or even a weekend here. There are hiking trails to explore on the rocky point south of the beach and on Mori Point north of the beach. A paved bike path runs north and south behind the beach for wheeled visitors, runners, and walkers. Surfers come and go through the waves at Rockaway and fishermen will use the shoreline when it’s not too crowded to cast a line into the surf. To get here turn onto Rockaway Beach Avenue from Highway 1 in Pacifica then turn immediately onto Old Country Road which ends at a parking lot. This southern lot provides access to the widest area of the beach even though at high tide much of it will be wet. North of the hotels is another Rockaway Beach parking lot at the end of San Marlo Way. There is less dry sand at this section of the beach.

Address
Cabrillo Hwy and Rockaway Beach Ave
Pacifica, CA 94044
Owner
City
Activities
Hiking, Biking, Surfing, Fishing, Walking
Amenities
Restrooms, Showers, Trails, Paved Bike Path
Pet Policy
Dogs allowed on leash
Fees
No fee for parking

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