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About Kehoe Beach in Inverness, California

Kehoe Beach is a secluded beach along the western face of Point Reyes National Seashore. You must hike down a valley on a dirt trail for a little over a half-mile to get here. The last section is sand and takes a little more effort, but this beach is worth it. This is a great beach for walking to explore the lengthy shore, the dunes, and the rocky bluffs up north, but bring appropriate layers because it can be cold here and weather changes rapidly. Dogs are allowed on leash on the northern part of Kehoe Beach.

There are parking spaces along Pierce Point Road at the trailhead but no official parking lot. Restrooms are at the trailhead. Like all the beaches along this part of Point Reyes the rip currents are wicked and sneaker waves can get you so be careful near the surf.

Pierce Point Rd
Inverness, CA 94937
Park Name
Point Reyes National Seashore
Pet Details
Dogs allowed on leash
Free parking
Hiking, Beachcombing, Beach Walking
Restrooms, Dunes, Trails
Map of Kehoe Beach
Marconi, US
1:46 pm, July 18, 2024
temperature icon 88°F
L: 54° H: 88°
Feels like 100.98 °F broken clouds
Wind gusts: 9 m/s
UV Index: 10.18
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 4 km
Sunrise: 6:03 am
Sunset: 8:32 pm
Humidity 80 %
Pressure1016 mb
Wind 9 m/s

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