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Salt Point State Park

Overview
Salt Point State Park features over six miles of rugged coastline with rocky promontories, pounding surf, and multiple panoramic views. It is located on Highway One, about 30 very winding miles north of Jenner and 90 miles north of San Francisco. Phone (707) 847-3221 for more information.

Camping
Gerstle Cove Campground: Three campsites (#7, #8, #24) are accessible including tables, fire ring and water. The restrooms are not fully accessible (the toilet stalls do not meet size requirements) but may be usable. Call the park for more information.

Picnic Area
Gerstle Cove Day-Use Area: Three accessible tables are provided overlooking Gerstle Cove. The restroom is generally accessible and does provide a dressing room and outdoor rinsing shower. A fish cleaning station is also provided.

Trails
The Salt Point Trail is accessible for approximately 0.5 mile from the Gerstle Cove day-use parking area. This loop trail offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean as it hugs the rugged coastline of Northern Sonoma County. Accessible parking and restroom are provided at the day-use area.


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