About: San Onofre Bluffs campground and day-use areas feature 3.5 miles of undeveloped beach front. There are seven quarter-mile-long trails leading to the beach from the bluff top. The beach and campground are very popular with surfers, swimmers, anglers, hikers, bicyclists and birders. There is abundant wildlife to admire, such as whales, dolphins, sea lions and several species of seabirds. The park is open year- round for day use, but is closed for camping from October 1 through May 15.
Directions: San Onofre Bluffs is located off Interstate 5; take exit #71 and continue southbound for three miles on Old Pacific Coast Highway.
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