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Searching for the best places to visit in California? Near Bay Area attractions, check out Salt Point State Park!
Searching for the best California cabins? Along the Northern California coast are a variety of seaside towns and coastal state parks that are home to some of the best vacation rentals, specifically cabins. For outdoor lovers, the Northern California coast is a top vacation destination, only made by better by the unique selection of cabins for rent available. While these may not be your stereotypical beach vacations, the Northern California coast is one of our favorite places to explore. There is much to do and see along the water as you make your way north from San Francisco. One of these places is Salt Point State Park. Camping here is what you need to bring yourself to the best spot in this amazing state to enjoy your own time during glamping getaways! Salt Point State Park is one of our favorite state parks in California and one quick look and it's easy to see why so many people come to visit. This is an easy weekend getaway destination for Bay Area residents and a great place to spend some time outdoors, enjoying the fresh air with your friends and family. Take a look at our California cabins in the area and book whichever catches your eye first! Salt Point camping will not disappoint.
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Places to visit in California: Salt Point State Park
About 95 miles north of San Francisco, near Bay Area attractions, Salt Point covers about 6,000 acres along the Sonoma coast. Here you can explore the grassy terraces and wind-carved headlands, sandstone cliffs, and Pacific tidepools. The coast teems with marine life, and in fact, the park's offshore waters are protected as one of California’s first underwater parks, Salt Point State Marine Conservation Area. Between the coast and the 20 miles of hiking and equestrian trails, it's easy to fill a few days here. There are also bike trails and great spots for picnics and places where you can go fishing along the coast, although make sure you have the appropriate fishing licenses before baiting your hook. While there are many state parks in California, few are as easily accessible from a city as Salt Point. Of all the many places to visit in California, this is one of our favorite local recommendations. Here you can enjoy the California coast, unspoiled by crowds, and recharge your batteries before another busy week.