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Shoreline Park
Shoreline Park

Shoreline Park Tours and Tickets

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Shoreline Park is a 15 acre coastal park west of Leadbetter Beach in Santa Barbara, CA. It is a popular place to come for picnics and has individual picnic tables, a group picnic area, barbeques, park benches, a playground, sidewalks, and stairs that access the beach. Many people also come here to walk, jog, roller blade, and play Frisbee. The park offers spectacular views of the Santa Barbara coastline, the city itself, the Channel Islands, and the Santa Ynez Mountains. If you're lucky, you might even see some whales or dolphins.

Mesa Beach, which is connected to Shoreline Park, is narrow and rocky, and it is often covered due to the tides, especially during the winter months. During the winter, the waves often crash against the cliffs which has been eroding the shoreline. During the summer, there is more packed sand and the beach sees more visitors. Free parking lots are located near the park.

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Shoreline Drive, Santa Barbara , California
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Pacific Coast Highway: a Smartphone Audio Tour between LA & Santa Maria

Pacific Coast Highway: a Smartphone Audio Tour between LA & Santa Maria

Use this guide while you drive down the Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles to Santa Maria which helps you navigate to several noteworthy places along the route, and also gives you a trivia question about each place. Go at your own pace, and know this does not use data. Several stops include The Getty Villa, Venice, Marina del Ray, Malibu, Oxnard, and many more.
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