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Camp Shred is coming back to San Elijo Campground! Feb 24th and 25th join @surfride and @surfer_magazine at the largest surf demo. It is free and open to the public. There will be live entertainment and a beer garden put on by our non-profit FCCSB! See you there!
Beach camping is our favorite. Tag your best friend that you would take camping with you! (📷:@taitcampbell)
Lifeguard tryouts are just around the corner! Visit our link in bio to learn how to apply!
Who would love to have this setup? This winter is feeling like summer and we are getting all those camping feels. #inventyouradventure #castateparkssd #castateparks
Join us at the compass at South Ponto tomorrow, Feb. 3rd for a whale watching experience! You can watch and learn about the gray whales by our expert naturalist at 9am! #castateparks #castateparkssd #inventyouradventure
When you find the perfect shell. #castateparkssd #castateparks #inventyouradventure
Good Morning from San Elijo SB! Who was awake to see this amazing sunrise?Be sure to tag us to show us your state beach photos!
Interested in becoming a CA State Parks Lifeguard? Visit the link in Bio to see how! Lifeguard tryouts are coming up in March. Apply today!
It's that time of year again where the winter tides welcome all of those rocks on our beaches. This is a natural and annual process. Strong winter tides bring in rocks and pebbles and by late June or early July our sandy beaches are back again! CA State Parks does not remove the rocks off the beaches and we allow nature to run its course.
Crisp and clear morning at Torrey Pines. #inventyouradventure #castateparkssd #castateparks
Who has seen this poor whale near Terramar and Cerezo? It seems that the whale has died by natural causes and the high tide brought it to shore. CA State Parks is looking to remove the carcass off of the beach. In order for a safe removal, we need to bring heavy equipment to this difficult location. Currently, high tides are limiting us from reaching the whale. We are keeping a close watch on tide charts in hopes to make a speedy and efficient removal
CAMPERS! Due to a high demand for camping because of the large Camp Shred event at San Elijo Campground, we re-opened campsites from Feb 19th-25th at South Carlsbad Campground. Head over to ReserveCalifornia.com to book now! Visit the link in Bio to see what Camp Shred is all about!