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Unofficial clothing-optional “hidden beach” within Moss Landing

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Marina State Beach, at the Reservation Road exit of Highway One, has a sandy beach and steady winds that make it a popular place for surfing, kite flying and hang gliding. Look beyond the shoreline, and year ’round you’re likely to see dolphins playing in the waves. Sunsets at Marina State Beach are a daily […]

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One of the most popular Bay Area nude beaches, Red Rock has struggled with sand erosion that’s left a smaller site the last few seasons, along with a more crowded feel to it and, perhaps in reaction, fewer overall visitations.

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San Onofre Beach is 55 km (34.2 mi) northwest of this beach (near San Clemente). It was clothing optional until 2010. This news story on Fox 6 reports on the ban.

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San Gregorio nude beach might be the oldest continuously active nude beach in the United States[citation needed]. It dates to 1967 and is 3 km (1.9mi) of public beach which can be reached only by a private road near the town of San Gregorio on the San Mateo County coast, south of San Francisco. San […]

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Pirate’s Cove in Avila Beach was once a secret spot where cargo was diverted from Harford Pier in Port San Luis by smugglers bringing large quantities of liquor ashore from cargo ships. Like the naturist activity at the beach today, locals knew what was going on but did not mind it. In fact, townsfolk protected […]

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To find this clothing-optional hot springs, you’ll need a good local map showing dirt roads.

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Garrapata State Park is Big Sur’s northernmost park. Located just south of the community of Carmel Highlands, the park has high chaparral-covered hills rising steeply above a rocky coastline. Highway One runs through the park but there’s only one small roadsign, and the trailheads and pullouts are unmarked. You can drive right through the park […]

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Land’s End Within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Lands End beach is a beautiful and legal nude beach in the San Francisco area.[40] It is reached only by a steep, difficult trail.

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Public beach frequented by nude sunbathers 6 miles (9.7km) north of Santa Cruz on Highway 1.