Easy access to the designated beach... IF you are in the first 10 ish spots. Otherwise, there are boulders over most of the beach area. Parking is mostly back in. Some parallel. Parking on the walls can get wet at hi tide.
We spent an hour and half walking on this trail and on the beach. It was morning and not too crowded. Beautiful scenery. We got out parking pass up at the north entrance and then drove back and parked at the south parking group camping area. This was perfect. And you parking pass can get you into the other state... 更多
The woods behind Emma Woods houses some of the most dangerous criminals in the area. It's hard to police it and we were warned as we arrived with children to put all of our things in the car before bed as there is a lot of criminal activity. A few of us stayed up till light to see what we... 更多
This place is close to the coast. I've camped there several times over the years. If you do come, bring a bicycle along and ride up the coast or into town. Sometimes, you can see dolphins - maybe even a whale on occasion. Tourists from around the world have visited.
Get away from it all and come relax ! We pack up the RV and just stair into the magnificent ocean. We are literally on top of the water so the beautiful ocean roars make for tranquil sleeping and relaxing.
This is one of those State Parks that should be FREE as it offers no facilities or services at all. The spaces are poorly if not undefined, there is a lot of litter and the noise from the Freeway, which is over your head, is terrible. We visited this with e motor-home.
Emma Wood has been around forever. Formerly good for tents now mostly RV and very hard to get into. All sites back up to the beach and the sea. It does sit under the 101 but the surf drowns out the noise.
A wild beach with big waves and not much else to do other than walk. Great sunsets and ideal for surfers - but this week the surf was so big - even they were out of luck. Even the pier is closed.
We did a lot of walking and picture taking! Lovely scenery, safe place and plenty to see. We did about a 5 mile walk in a circle from our RV stay place.
If you are fortunate enough to secure a camping spot here, grab it. Places along the Pacific Coast highway are at a premium and this park is just sheltered enough to allow you to ignore the traffic whizzing by on the 101.