About Vista Point in Jenner, California
Vista Point is a high ocean overlook along Highway 1 north of Jenner. This day-use facility marks the north end of the massive 17-mile long Sonoma Coast State Park. Unfortunately there is no beach access from Vista Point, but the view from the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean are nice enough to warrant a stop. There is a picnic area here and a one-mile long hiking trail called the Vista Trail Loop. As advertised, this hike offers distant views for it’s entire length. The trail and the overlook are handicapped accessible. During the whale migration seasons (Nov-Jan and Mar-May) it is possible to see spouting gray whales from here. If you are looking for a sandy beach, Russian Gulch is south of here on the right just before the bridge.
- 14046 Highway 1
Jenner, CA 95450
- Park Name
- Sonoma Coast State Park
- Other Names
- Vista Trail Picnic Area
- State Park
- Pet Details
- No dogs allowed on the trails
- Free parking
- Walking, Whale Watching, Picnicking
- Trails, Picnic Tables, Ocean Overlook, Restrooms, Accessible Features
- Surfing Info & Web Cams
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