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 BBQs) 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.
Beach / River Access
Number of rooms or units: 20
$ - Under $100
By Eric K - on May 14, 2019
The Gualala Regional Park is situated in a spectacular location, with stunning views of the magnificent Pacific Coast and the Gualala River. It has a fabulous visitor center, paved walking trails...