This day-use park is rich in cultural and natural resources, and because of its location, it features a rather biologically diverse ecosystem creating habitats for a vast variety of plant, bird, marine life, and wildlife. The park rests on 160 acres at the southern-most tip of a peninsula, and is open every day of the year. Dogs are allowed here on leash, and they must be cleaned up after. Dogs are allowed in the dirt lot parking area at the lower end of the park, and on the trails to the tide pools only. The best time for viewing the tide pools is in the winter. Dogs are not allowed on any other trails, at the main parking lot where the visitor center is, or the lighthouse.
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