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Go Hiking In Point Lobos State Reserve

Outdoor enthusiasts will be very excited about this top-tier California state park that's a short drive from Victorian Inn. Situated right along the coastline, Point Lobos State Reserve provides a bottomless pit of activities that will appeal to just about everyone.
Things to Do


  • Events
    • Public Walk
    • Easy Access Adventure
    • Poetry Walk
  • Activities
    • Hiking
    • Picnicking
    • Bird Watching
    • Biking
    • Scuba Diving
    • Wildlife Viewing

Before you go

  • Where can I go scuba diving in Point Lobos State Reserve?
    There are a few spots in Point Lobos State Reserve where you can go scuba diving. These include Whalers Cove and Bluefish Cove, along with some nearby waters. With pristine water and tons of spectacular sea life, this is the top place for diving on the Monterey Peninsula.
  • Are there guided walks in Point Lobos State Reserve?
    Yes, there are. Most days, you can take a walk headed by an experienced docent who will provide details on everything from animals and plants to birds and even the history of Point Lobos. While many of these excursions are pretty general, there are some that stick to a single topic. Plan on spending up to an hour and a half on these docent-led walks, covering less than a mile of mostly flat ground.

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