McKerricher State Park
McKerricher State Park (707-937-5804) parallels the Pacific from Ten Mile Beach to Pudding Creek, and provides visitors with two Stepless nature trails; one, in need of renovation, is next to a wooded lake, the other is state of the art accessible boardwalk and leads across the headlands to Laguna Point, an ocean's bluffs viewing area. The smooth boardwalk has numerous benches and outlooks that allow for restful breaks to soak in the power of the ocean and the serenity of the meadows. In good weather, the park is perfect for an extended picnic or a visit to the rugged shoreline to watch whales, a sea lion colony, and sea birds. Also consider a loop through the campgrounds to visit local wildlife and fellow travelers.
The park has six-handicapped campsites, all are very nice, but my recommendation for maximum convenience to restrooms, privacy, and proximity to nature are either Campsite 27 or Campsite 120.
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