Gray Whale Cove State Beach is a small beach located in Montara, United States. It is a popular tourist destination due to its scenic beauty and abundant wildlife. The beach offers an expansive view of the rugged Pacific Coast, with white sand and small rocky outcroppings near the shoreline. The offshore waters are particularly productive, with an abundance of reef fish, cetaceans, and marine plants. Facilities at this beach include a designated surfing area, restrooms, snack bar, beach access stairs, and parking. The beach also features a small interpretive center and interpretive signage, making it a great spot for a day of exploration and learning. There are no lifeguards, but the sands are patrolled and all water activities are monitored. During low tide, you can explore the tidepools and spot sea creatures like crabs, sea stars, and anemones. Whether you’re a swimmer, hiker, or beachcomber, Gray Whale Cove State Beach has something to offer.
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