These six trails, spread out over approximately 7.5 miles of the northern coast of Sonoma County, offer trailhead parking areas, restrooms, and short hikes to the beaches down trails, staircases, or footpaths. The individual trails include: Salal Trail, located just south of Gualala Point Regional Park; Walk On Beach Trail, 1.5 miles further south; Shell Beach Trail, 1.3 miles further south; Stengel Beach Trail, 1.25 miles further south; Pebble Beach Trail, 1.6 miles further south; Black Point Trail, 1.45 miles further south. Salal and Walk On Beach Trails connect with each other and to the Bluff Top Trail that leads to Gualala Point Regional Park. Please respect the private property and trails of the Sea Ranch development through which all these publicly accessible trails pass.
Coastal bluffs, grasslands, meadows, cypress trees, beaches
Dogs are permitted on leash. Bikes are not allowed on the Bluff Top Trail.
Download Official Sea Ranch Coastal Access Trails Map
Download the Official Sea Ranch Coastal Access Trails Map (PDF)
Map credit: Sonoma County Regional Parks
View more information on Sea Ranch Coastal Access Trails on the Regional Park’s official website:
- Walk On Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
- Shell Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
- Stengel Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
- Pebble Beach Sea Ranch Access Trail
- Black Point Sea Ranch Access Trail