Go Beachcombing At Agate Beach, A Remote Beach In Northern California Covered In Semi-Precious Stones

Hiding along the coastline just north of Trinidad, Patrick’s Point State Park is a gorgeous respite from all your stress and worries. The one-square-mile park is packed with beautiful scenery, from the lush promontory it sits on to the hidden tidepools and wide beaches. There’s plenty to explore at this state park but one of it’s most popular features is Agate Beach. True to its name, this beach is covered in agates and other semi-precious stones. It’s a beachcombing paradise, so take a walk along this remote beach and prepare to fill your pockets with these unique stones.

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Have you visited Agate Beach? There’s a lot to love about this remote beach and Patrick’s Point State Park. Tell us your thoughts on this destination in the comments below!

Address: 4150 Patricks Point Dr, Trinidad, CA 95570, USA