1. The Half Moon Bay State Beach
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Turn right on Mesa and drive four miles until it becomes a gravel road and ends at the Palomarin parking lot. I saw on some webpage that "you can park on the San Gregorio state beach, and walk to this nude beach". Nude beach Started by Roger Feb 15, Replies: Also, the more nude section to the north, closest to the Golden Gate Bridge, is quite narrow and can be inundated with water at high tide, so check tide charts before you venture. Park at the main public beach, find the railroad tracks, and take the trail that begins there and runs about a half mile south to the cove. Or, more likely, go with friends and then chicken out at the last second. Some visitors complain about people "getting intimate" in the driftwood structures near the beach.
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Fee, wind, riptides, cold water, summer fog, sexual activity, not much of a social atmosphere. Gray Whale Cove Just south of Pacifica, Gray Whale Cove is a state beach surrounded by cliffs — with breathtaking views pretty much anywhere you stand. A small, lovely, pebble-strewn beach, Bean Hollow is famed for its tafoni, pebble and rock formations sculpted by the water and wind for hundreds of years. Find out how to interpret a California milepost marker to make proper use of them. December It is a popular beach.
Used even more by suited swimmers and sunbathers, many hikers are surprised when they come across naturists at the stream. Next time you are riding the loop and feeling all hot in those leathers, try one of these spots for a nice break: Visitors used to cross the canyon on a board, but it's gone. Pomponio is difficult and dangerous to get to. It's between mileposts 18 and