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We have a German exchange student living with us for a few weeks (she arrived last night). So, we took her on a little sightseeing trip today to show how wonderful the Central Coast is. One of our stops was Montana De Oro to see the tide pools. Above is a photo of Hazards which is one of my favorites. If you haven’t ever been there, I’d highly recommend it. To find it, you need to go a couple miles into the park. You’ll go through a forest of eucalyptus trees and then start going up a gradual hill. You’ll see a pretty good amount of space off the road where you can park. There’s a No dog, No campfires, and a No parking 10pm-6am sign on a tree. There may be cars already parked there but don’t count on it. There weren’t any when we went today. You’ll climb down a little hill from the road and then follow the path. What’s really cool is that you’ll hear the roar of the sea and when you finally get a view, it’s spectacular. Our visitor got to see a couple of starfish and climb up and down the sand dunes. Nothing like the Central Coast!

Written by Keith Byrd - Go to Keith's Website/Profile