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Sunset State Beach in Watsonville, California

Sunset State Beach is located west of the city of Watsonville, CA. This is a popular state park with a campground, nice day use picnic facilities, and a long wide sandy beach. The main unit of Sunset State Park has two separate day-use parking lots: Upper Ramada Picnic Area (near the park entrance) and Lower Ramada Picnic Area (at the end of the park road). Both areas have picnic tables and covered picnic areas with barbeques. In between these parking lots are several camping areas with trails that descend the hillside to Sunset Beach. Walking south on the beach leads to another separate day-use area in Sunset State Beach called Palm Beach. Walking north on the beach is a great beachcombing area that eventually leads to Manresa State Beach in La Selva Beach, CA. To get here, take San Andreas Road from La Selva Beach and then turn onto Sunset Beach Road which leads to the entrance station.

Address
223 Sunset Beach Rd
Watsonville, CA 95076
Park Name
Sunset State Beach
Owner
State Park
Activities
Picnicking, Camping, Beachcombing, Beach Walking, Fishing
Amenities
Campground, Picnic Tables, BBQs, Group Picnic Areas, Restrooms, Lifeguard, Remote Control Glider Port, Accessible Features, Dunes
Pet Policy
No dogs allowed on the beach
Fees
Fee for parking, camping

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