Naturalists and backpackers enjoy the solitude and freedom found along this park’s rugged trails, secluded beaches, canyons and hills. Primitive and environmental camping is available. The only potable water is in the campground. Park entrance is seven miles south of Los Osos on Pecho Road. Phone (805) 528-0513 for more information.
Islay Creek Campground: Campsites 5, 35, and 48 are accessible. The restrooms near these campsites are accessible however, they are vault-style restrooms. Water is provided in accessible locations nearby.
Sand Spit Trail provides a 0.30-mile wilderness experience. The trailhead, accessible parking, and a generally accessible vault-style restroom are at the Sand Spit lot off Pecho Road.
The Bluff Trail provides a 2.3 mile trail experiences along coastal bluffs. Along the trail there are five overlooks that provide seating opportunities. Accessible restrooms are located along the north loop of the trail and at the southern trailhead at the Coon Creek parking lot. Accessible parking is located at the north and south trailheads.