Bay Area Beaches For Summer 2023

Tammy Emineth
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Are you gearing up for summer weather? With the cold winter season almost behind us, we are craving some sunshine and old-fashioned summer fun. If you are new to the ba area or planning a visit, you might need a little help in deciding where the best beaches are. Take a look and read below so you can plan a Bay Area beach day that fits your family's needs.

Bay Area Beaches For Summer 2023

Stinson Beach

Stinson Beach is located about 30 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge. This is a great option for those that don't want to travel too far from San Francisco. Keep in mind that this beach gets very crowded and parking can be difficult to find.
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Agate Beach Park

Agate Beach Park is a little bit of a different beach atmosphere. There are great tide pools and a wonderful 2x-mile walkable beach area. At Agate you can view marine life such as sea lions and other wildlife are popular sights here, too.

Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach is the most popular and largest beach in the city. This beach is also dangerous and is full of strong riptides. The waves are small, but this beach is known for having some of the coastline's strongest and deadliest riptides. The shoreline and sand are amazing and inviting along with the fire pits that many use at night. Just be careful as you are visiting with little ones and be aware of the water and your surroundings. You can be sure to find Ocean Beach packed with people regularly in the summer.

Fort Funston Beach Walk

Fort Funston is said the br thr go to the beach for walking. This is a great place to bring your furry friend. At Fort Funston, you will have to hike down from the 200-foot sandy bluffs to get onto the beach, so keep this in mind as you plan your trip.
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“Taco Bell” Beach

Pacifica Beach is known as Taco Bell Veach because it has one of the nicest Taco Bell locations. The beach of the Pacific is said to have the most gorgeous surrounding sand.

Devil's Slide

Devil’s Slide is stunning. It is a 300-yard-long state beach. It is called Devil’s slide due to the sheer cliffs that you will find intimidating and incredible. This beach is known as a clothing-optional beach.

Montara State Beach

Montara State Beach is popular but a little tricky to travel to. To get down to this beach you will have to walk a rocky dirt path to get to sea level. Montara is about 25 minutes south of the city and is located after Pacifica and Devil’s Slide. Montara is a more secluded beach which can make for a more relaxing environment. Beach days are here! Enjoy these Bay area beaches or visit some of the other amazing beaches around the country whether you live there or on vacation:

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