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Gualala Point Regional Park

42401 Coast Highway 1
Gualala, CA 95445
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Gualala Point Regional Park
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The 195-acre park has open meadows mixed with coastal forest. The park contains a campground, trail system, coastal vistas, and sandy beaches. The park is located adjacent to the Gualala River, which offers limited seasonal fishing. Please check current regulations.

The day use area of the park has a Visitors Center, picnic tables (some with BBQ's) and restrooms with flush toilets.

Gualala Point Park is popular with day hikers, picnickers and also offers a beautiful setting for small weddings.

The Visitors Center is hosted by volunteers and has outstanding displays of early California History, information regarding Native Americans, and the turn of the century logging industry. Hiking trails from the campground will take you through the 195-acre park.

For Camping Reservations, call 707-565-2267.
Amenities
Amenities:
Amenities: The campground has a restroom with flush toilets, electrical outlets and one coin operated shower ($1.50 for 5 minutes). There is also a dump station. Please note: there are no RV hook-ups. Dogs are permitted on leash no longer than 6´ in length. License required.
Beach/River Access
Handicap Accessible
Pet Friendly
Showers
Tent Sites
Total Units: 20
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Reviews

"Beautiful Place to Enjoy Nature"

This is a beautiful place to enjoy a short nature hike. Kid friendly with a paved way down to the ocean with a stroller or wagon from the Gualala Point Park Center Building. There is signage along...Read Full Review

"Trail"

We walked from " Walk On Beach" to the park and back (6.6 miles RT) on an easy trail with great views. Weather was clear and great spots to stop and enjoy the view.Read Full Review

"Gualala Point Regional Park"

We have been to this beautiful spot before and enjoyed it. This beautiful park is where the Gualala River enters the Pacific ocean. Beautiful views and trails!Read Full Review

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