“scenic area of the Pacific Ocean coast”
The park is approximately 355 acres consisting of grassland-dominated coastal terrace that slopes from Highway One to the Pacific Ocean. The property is bisected by San Geronimo and Villa Creeks. The purpose of Estero Bluffs State Park is to preserve and protect a rich, diverse and scenic area of the Pacific Ocean coast. Estero Bluffs has inter-tidal areas, wetlands, low bluffs and coastal terraces punctuated by a number of perennial and intermittent streams, and containing a pocket cove and beach at Villa Creek.
Nice park. When we went there was almost no one there. Good sections of smooth sand and a few interesting tide pools.
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Estero Bluffs State Park
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