kieranrundle

kieranrundle

July 31, 2020
Rated 1.0

We drove two hours out of the way because of the symbolism. When we got there: it was just disappointing.

Maybe it was cool once, now it’s just rundown and mainly deserted. We were there in the middle of the afternoon and felt unsafe. There was a woman with a knife and a man yelling at all passerbies at the entrance.

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July 31, 2020
Rated 5.0

We stayed at a nearby KOA on our way East and had to check them out: we were stunned. They are beautiful. The earth is a crystal white that glows and cracks.

We tasted the salt to make sure it was real. You can even drive on it (which is SO much fun) and it’s a gorgeous photo op as well.

There’s one gas station near by that sometimes runs out of gas so be sure to fill up on the way!

5 people found this review helpful
July 31, 2020
Rated 5.0

Old growth forest with HUGE trees. You’ve gotta see them. They’re something out of a fairytale.

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July 31, 2020
Rated 5.0

My partner and I spent the day here on a roadtrip through California and had the best time.

Come when the tide is low to see the glass. Great tide pools on the Rocky and sandy cliffs. Bring a chair and a book to watch the water move. There were many families with children.

Parking is limited but there are many nearby streets if you’re up for a walk. Wouldn’t recommend for wheelchairs or strollers as the beach is made up of little coves.

The bathrooms are horrific (when open) but other than that: it’s perfect.

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