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Half Moon Bay State Beach

Overview
Half Moon Bay State Beach is one of the San Mateo Coast beach parks. Four miles of broad, sandy beaches, ideal for sunbathing, fishing and picnicking, stretch out to welcome visitors. Many accessible features are now available. The beach is located a half-mile west of Highway 1 on Kelly Avenue in Half Moon Bay. Phone (650) 726-8819.

Camping
The Francis Beach Campground has four accessible sites and two accessible comfort stations (restrooms without showers). The campfire center is also accessible.

Picnic Area
The Francis Beach Day Use Area includes accessible picnicking, parking, restrooms, dressing rooms, and outdoor rinsing showers. Call (650) 726-8820 for beach wheelchair information.

Trails
The Coastside Hike and Bike Trail is paved and accessible for its 2.3 mile length. Accessible parking, restrooms and access are available from the day use lot at Francis Beach off Kelly Ave.

Beach/Shore Access
Francis Beach day use area has accessible parking restrooms and a beach wheelchair.

The North and South Venice Beach day use areas offer van and auto accessible parking, outdoor rinsing showers, pay phone and an accessible restroom.


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For more information: access@parks.ca.gov | Phone: (916) 445-8949 | Fax: (916) 449-8966
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