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Shelter Cove, CA - Gateway to the Lost Coast

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Various links I’ve found related to Shelter Cove, CA along with inages taken with my Nikon D7200 or iPhone X - also, I’ll be adding images from others as the view at this bucket-list worthy magical destination are breathtaking.

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Attractions

Avenue of the Giants - Scenic Route 254 Two-lane, 31-mile scenic highway parallels U.S. 101 from Phillipsville in the south to Jordan Creek in the north--watch for turn-off signs. Enjoy a close look at the towering coastal redwoods. Richardson Grove State Park 1,000 acre day-use park with picnic areas, swimming, fishing, nature trails, a visitor center, summer campfire programs, food concession, and camping.

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Black Sands Beach

A beach well worth exploring This is a large, mostly west-facing, black sand beach with offshore reefs just north of the town of Shelter Cove. Black Sands Beach is a picturesque and relaxing. The black sand that covers the beach and has given the spot its name is very unusual. The beach is a 3.5-mile stretch of coastline 45 miles south of Eureka in Northern California. Directions: As visitors decend down the road into Shelter Cove they will need to turn right onto Beach Rd, which dead ends…

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