San Onofre State Beach


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San Onofre State Beach


Location:3 miles south of San Clemente on I-5 (Basilone Road).
Facilities:328 campsites (173 developed sites with no hookups; 65 sites with electric and water hookups; 90 tent sites; some sites @di), hiking trails (some parts @di).
Activities:Camping, swimming, surfing, hiking.
Special Features:Site features 3.5 miles of sandy beaches with six access trails cut into the bluff above; a marshy area where San Mateo Creek meets the shoreline; and Trestles Beach, a well-known California surfing site. Whales, dolphins, and sea lions can be seen offshore from time to time.
Address:c/o Orange Coast District Office
3030 Avenida del Presidente
San Clemente, CA 92672

Phone:714-492-4872
Web: www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=647
Size: 2,107 acres.

See other parks in California.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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Their new home is now just ten minutes from their go-to surf spot on San Onofre State Beach, where they like to spend their free time.
If the California Coastal Commission doesn't rescind the permit to bury the spent fuel rods, Southern California Edison could load canisters with radioactive waste early next year and bury them--3.6 million pounds' worth--above San Onofre State Beach, 100 feet from the ocean.
The tsunami advisory extends from San Onofre State Beach in San Clemente, about 55 miles north of San Diego, to Ragged Point, about 50 miles north of San Luis Obispo, according to the National Tsunami Warning Center.
Goatee the nanny goat and her kid billy Pismo stood on surfboards to ride waves at San Onofre State Beach in Orange County.
Goat owner Dana McGregor, took his two goats Goatee and Pismo to the San Onofre State Beach in Orange County.
One beach in northern San Diego (San Onofre State Beach) and the other in southern Ventura County (County Line Beach) were included because they were contiguous with Orange County and Los Angeles County beaches.
In what is a rare occurrence in San Diego's Superior Court, Judge Judith Hayes has changed her mind about tossing a lawsuit aimed at changing plans to bury nuclear waste near San Onofre State Beach.
"I was planning a beach shoot with a group of supermodels, and they started moaning and groaning when I told them we were going down to San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County instead of Malibu.