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This stretch of beach has become our favorite. The weather is lovely most of the year and the views and dolphin play is just wonderful. We stayed for 4 nights this time at the Cambria Shores Inn... a very nice spot. One of the things...More
This was the last part of the U.S. Pacific coast I needed to see and visit so I’m glad the weather and life commitments made it possible. Each part is unique, but also the same, and MSB has that combination of ruggedness and serenity that...More
This beach is not the kind of beach where you will see sunloungers or beach umbrellas. The place looks wild, untamed and beautiful. The waves crashing on the shore and the seagulls' cries add to the whole tableau of unspoilt nature. Had a great time...More
On a three week road trip everytime we said we were stopping at Cambria said oh it lovely or it's great, but there's just not much here that is good or exceptional, beach is dreary and quite unclean in places, much nicer beaches around on...More
We walked on the beach on a misty day and saw surfers and dolphins. We looked for moonstones after asking a local for clues as to what they looked like we found a few. Probably better to visit on a sunny day!
All the properties along Moonstone Beach tout the "beauty" of the beach. Well that description is debatable to me. It's a dark and rocky beach that one cannot walk or lie on. All one can do is walk on the boardwalk and look at the...More
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Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed... More
Dogs are definitely allowed (on leash) on the boardwalk along the bluff above the beaches; but there are "no dogs" symbols on the signs next to the stairways that lead down to the beaches. But that said, I have observed dogs, both on and off leash, on the beaches... (With our dog, we stayed off the beaches -- better to observe the limited restrictions rather than risk having dogs banned altogether...)