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Manchester State Park

Overview
Manchester State Park consists of a beach, sand dunes, and flat grasslands that surround the town of Manchester. Trails within the park feature a variety of coastal wildflowers. The beach entry is mile north of town on Highway One. Phone 707-882-2463 after 8:30AM, or call the District office at 707-937-5804 after 8:00 weekdays.

Trails
Environmental Camp to Beach Trail is accessible for 0.38 miles through meadows to a pond. Parking and Trailhead are at Manchester State Park Environmental parking lot, off Kinney Rd.
KOA to Beach trail. 0.42 mile. Trailheads are at KOA campground, west fence line, or at Manchester State Park main day use area. Public parking is in dirt lot. There are no accessible restrooms at this time.

Other Information
Campground relocation due to environmental concerns is pending. Accessible no-flush restrooms will be available when construction is done.


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