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Patrick's Point State Park, Trinidad

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4.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
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  • The path to Wedding Rock is well marked and quite safe (best to hold little kids by the hand, though). The trails to the south intersect with one another, and unless you cling to the shoreline you may...  read more »
  • We decided to explore this park hoping to find the sea lions we could hear from where we were staying (View Crest Lodge). There is an entrance fee, which we weren't expecting, but it was worth it. Spe...  read more »
  • I walked in this park early mornings during my stay in Trinidad. Very quiet and peaceful place. Walk down to the beach was very nice. 
  • I have been going here since I was a little kid. Honestly it is still one of my favorite places to go. No matter how many times you explore the trails, which granted, may seem limited, they never fail to fill me with awe. Even on the days that are foggy or overcast, it cab still be possible to find some truly breathtaking spots. The trails are fairly easy, but they have some harder ones if you're up for the search, part of the fun. The campsites are fairly nice, most of them are very open. The whole place is well maintained with fully functioning showers and bathrooms. I love this place, always have, and I think you I'll as well.
  • The Trinidad State Beach has a lot going for it in terms of dramatic scenery, with a good walking beach and striking rocks and islands. Also a forest up on the bluff with hiking trails. But the place shows a lot of deferred maintenance. Potholed roads, eroded trails, tags all over the destroyed signage -- not a pretty sight.
  • Wonderful place to escape the heat. Very busy campground during peak season but we'll managed. $35.00 a night camping fees are a bit much though along with having to pay fifty cents for a 2 minute shower is the only reason for a four star rating.
  • Great campsite in a wonferful location. Quiet and secluded.
  • Definitely the nicest campground we stayed at during our 6 day norcal trip. Most spots are roomy and relatively separated from other spots. Beautiful park grounds with trails winding through the park and along the cliffs at the coast. Excellent views. Each site has a metal food box in which to keep your food safe from wildlife.
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