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Perfect December day to walk along the beach on the boardwalk. Park at Moonstone beach lot and take a stroll on the mile long boardwalk. The scenery is unobstructed and the wildlife abundant. The giant junipers arching over the walk along the path and well-placed...More
This is a very nice beach. While you can't walk long distances on the beach, there is a boardwalk that allows you to access the beach at different locations. Fun beach to search for moonstones and build driftwood teepees.
We enjoyed stopping by this beach and would definitely return. Easy parking and bathroom by the stair access to beach. Seems to be a dog friendly beach. Very flat open beach expanse with several places where pebbles wash up on the beach and you can...More
We stayed directly across Moonstone Beach during our stay in Cambria and I took advantage with a morning walk each day to the sound of crashing waves. The water is too cold for swimming but you can still enjoy the views and sunsets at this...More
Our favorite Cali Beach for sure is Cambria, we go here whenever we get a chance, one of my grown kids favorite beach as well. After here we drive up to San Simeon and those beautiful little towns, Gorda and Lucia ;)
Moonstone Beach draws the eye and the convenient boardwalk is dotted with benches that invite visitors to slow down, take the time to just gaze at the horizon and be mesmerized by the ocean movement. Friendly locals walk there dogs on the boardwalk and add...More
Response from Michael H | Reviewed this property |
Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed... More
Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed dogs, both on and off leash, on the beaches... (With our dog, we stayed off the beaches -- better to observe the limited restrictions rather than risk having dogs banned altogether...)