About Agate Beach at Patrick’s Point State Park in Trinidad, California
Agate Beach is the large main beach at the north end of Patrick’s Point State Park near Trinidad. It requires a twisty steep hike from the parking lot at the edge of the bluff to the bottom where a creek flows onto the beach. From this location Agate Beach continues north quite a ways toward Big Lagoon Beach and offers great beachcombing along the way. As you can guess there are smooth agates to be found along this beach in addition to other stones and driftwood too. The park has many hiking trails to grand vistas, rocky points, overlooks, and other places to discover so get a map when you pay the fee to enter Patrick’s Point State Park. There are three campgrounds in the park if you want to stay here.
- 4150 Patricks Point Dr
Trinidad, CA 95570
- Park Name
- Patrick's Point State Park
- State Park
- Pet Details
- No dogs allowed on the beach or trails
- Fee for parking, camping
- Hiking, Rockhounding, Beachcombing, Camping, Beach Walking
- Agates, Trails, Campgrounds, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, BBQs, Driftwood
1.6 miles away
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