Lighthouse Field State Beach (AKA: Its Beach), Santa Cruz, California

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ABOUT THIS BEACH
Description: Above all else, this is dog heaven. This area forms the northern boundary of Monterey Bay. It is one of the last open headlands in any California urban area. Surfers, tourists, birds - including the rare Black Swift and wintering Monarch butterflies are drawn to this area. Sea lions populate the offshore rocks. Friends of Lighthouse Field is working hard to make this beach an off-leash dog beach. Learn more about how to support their good work and management efforts: http://folf.org/
Options for Fun: Dog walking, surfing, picnicking, and bird watching.
GENERAL INFO
Location: Lighthouse Field State Beach (Locally Known as Its Beach), Santa Cruz, California
Address: See Google Map below.
Permit/Fees: Please leave a comment if you know.
Restrooms: Yes
Phone Number: (831) 429-2850
Surf Report: http://magicseaweed.com/Steamer-Lane-Surf-Report/163/
Beach Brochure: http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=550
Best Related Website: http://folf.org/
GETTING HERE
About Google Maps for Directions:
This is a GPS location. Just enter your "From" address in Google Maps and the directions Google provides will take you to this beach.

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