It is one of the most visited state parks in California, receiving about 2. Among the activities that can be enjoyed at the park include swimming, sunbathing, surfing, beach sports, kayaking, biking, and even camping. Before , the park featured a clothing-optional area frequented by naturists and nudists. Today, nudity is prohibited in the area and park rangers can give visitors tickets when found in their birthday suits on the beach. There are several trails that lead to the state park, which range from 1 to 6. The farthest trail with a dead end road is Trail 6, and down the cliffs of this trail is a secluded feet beach that used to be a popular clothing-optional area.
San Onofre State Beach Trail 6 – Orange County Nude Beach
State about to crack down on San Onofre nude beach – Orange County Register
The clothing-optional area of San Onofre State Beach is located south of the main state park beaches. There are six numbered hiking trails numbered 1 to 6 north to south that lead down to beaches in this state park. The nude beach is south from the bottom of Trail 6. See Bluffs Beach for more information. To get there, take Exit 71 off I-5 and head south on Old Pacific Highway between Interstate and ocean and continue to the end of the road. Pay the fee to enter the park and drive to the very end of the park road.
By Betsy Malloy. It's located just north of the Camp Pendleton military base. San Onofre is one of California's oldest surfing spots. It goes back to the s when surfers using redwood boards first visited San Onofre. Some people say it has one of the premiere surf breaks in the United States: Trestles.
This is a tremendous park in which to camp, kick back, visit the beach and surf. The Old Pacific My kids have been surfing here since forever! Always big waves and locals flock here. Great way