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    Robert, so they will let you walk thru the livery stables now? Where do you park? And, how far is it from the park entrance to the dunes walking down the beach? Too far to just walk it? Thanks.
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    I just parked in the parking lot super early in the morning and hiked in. there was nobody there to stop me. I believe they have to provide access to the beach in accordance to coastal commission law but I could be incorrect. They aren't very busy in the winter so maybe that's why they didn't seem too concerned with me.

    It's amazing what 10 years can bring. Before, there wasn't much out there besides the livery stables. now there's a monstrous paved campground. There are numerous access points to the dunes from that general area, even though most involve trespassing of some form.

    I'm guessing it's a mile from the state park entrance to the head of the dunes where I like to work. The biggest problem is the creek can be impassible in the winter even by foot. There is no foot bridge across the creek at the beach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Oliver View Post
    I just parked in the parking lot super early in the morning and hiked in. there was nobody there to stop me. I believe they have to provide access to the beach in accordance to coastal commission law but I could be incorrect. They aren't very busy in the winter so maybe that's why they didn't seem too concerned with me.

    It's amazing what 10 years can bring. Before, there wasn't much out there besides the livery stables. now there's a monstrous paved campground. There are numerous access points to the dunes from that general area, even though most involve trespassing of some form.

    I'm guessing it's a mile from the state park entrance to the head of the dunes where I like to work. The biggest problem is the creek can be impassible in the winter even by foot. There is no foot bridge across the creek at the beach.
    Robert, thanks for the info. I have to check out the additional access points.

    Jim

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    I can't wait to see how bad Pirates III is!
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