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Half Moon Bay State Beach

The oldest town in San Mateo County, lies along a gently curving, sandy shore that is protected as parkland. Stretching for nearly four miles north to south is Half Moon Bay State Beach, a wide expanse of beach and bluff that includes four beaches: Venice, Roosevelt, Dunes, and Francis. •Trailhead: Accessible from any of the Half Moon Bay State Beaches and from Poplar Beach •Length: Over 4 total miles •Typical Width: 4 ft. & above •Typical Grade: Level •Terrain: Hard •The bridges are quite bumpy Accessibility: •Accessible Visitor Center: Yes •Beach Wheelchair: Yes •Available at the Francis Beach entry kiosk on a first-come, first-served basis. Chairs can be taken to the other beaches using your own vehicle. •Accessible Parking: Yes •Plentiful accessible parking in all beach lots: Francis Beach at the end of Kelly Ave., Venice Beach at the end of Venice Blvd., Dunes Beach at the end of Young Ave., and Roosevelt Beach, accessed beyond the entry kiosk at Dunes Beach. Parking is also available at municipal Poplar Beach. •Accessible Restroom: Yes •At Venice, Roosevelt, Dunes, and Francis Beaches; a porta-potty is in the Poplar Beach parking lot. Along the trail, the restroom at the picnic area just past the second bridge was locked during my visit. •Accessible Picnic Tables: Yes •At Francis and Roosevelt Beaches, and along the Coastside Trail just north of Venice Beach

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