This state park along California’s coast is perfect for wildlife viewing, camping, and whale watching.
Sonoma Coast State Park is a lovely section of land near the northern coastal region of California. You are never too far from an amazing Sonoma Valley vineyard from this park either, which is just an added bonus. This park offers rocky cliff sights for miles and miles and coastal prairie ecosystems. This park acts as an ideal spot for whale and bird watching, and there are almost 100 campsites within the park grounds, too. There is hardly a better place in the area for enjoying some dinner while watching a breathtaking west coast sunset.
If you like to keep active, there are so many fun things you can enjoy while at Sonoma Coast State Park. Kayaking, fishing, hiking, beachcombing, and bird watching are just a few of the activities that people venture here for. Kortum Trail is a popular path to traverse here, as it is 4.6 miles along the coast and connects Wright’s Beach and Blind Beach. There are several boulders located just off of Kortum Trail that are popular among climbers, so definitely take advantage of that if you love to climb. Sonoma Coast State Park is an ideal place to unwind and take in some gorgeous California nature.