It was a sunny Saturday when we returned to Bean Hollow. This time we parked on the northern end of the park near impressive Pebble Beach.
The sun was warm, and the little furry friends slept on the rocks at a visible distance from the shore but still inaccessible. I never saw so many harbor seals in one place before. They were so sweet!
The northern part of the park has vast tide pools. Te clean still water has so many surprises.
Pebble Beach on the northern end of the park is a jewel. The small but so unique. It’s one of the nonsand beaches in the area. Small pebble alike rocks cover all shore. Both sides of the beach are bordered by two rock walls.
This is a great place to watch a sunset.
Other posts about the park:
Southern beach and trail.