San Francisco July 24, 2017
9 Little Known Swimming Spots Near San Francisco That Will Make Your Summer Awesome
It’s time to get out and have fun this Summer! If you’re into swimming and fun then read on. These swimming spots are either near or in San Francisco, so plan a visit soon! Let’s learn more about these places around the Bay area.
1. China Beach - 490 Sea Cliff Ave, San Francisco, 94121
Not as popularity as Baker Beach, but more exclusive and just as beautiful. This is the only San Francisco Beach that is suitable for swimming, however don't expect warm water. Also, take the time to appreciate the views.
2. Crissy Field/East Beach - North Edge Of Crissy Field, San Francisco, 94123
This beach is referred to as either East or Crissy Beach. This area is a tidal marsh with bridges, and a long, sandy beach that you can enter on warmer days if you brave. Also, there are sand dunes,and a paved segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail.
3. Baker Beach - Gibson Rd, San Francisco, 94129
This is the classic beach of San Francisco that will impress, relax, and shock you. The views of the Golden Gate Bridge are unbeatable. The clothing optional part of the beach near the bridge may bewilder, so be prepared.
4. Parkside Aquatic Park - 1097 Seal Ct, San Mateo, 94497
Near San Francisco, this area is great for swimming and relaxing. This small park has a sandy swimming beach with somewhat tranquil water and no waves. Beware, this is a salt water swimming area.
5. Crown Beach - 8th St & Otis Dr, Alameda, 94501
Very close to the city, and better yet you get a sandy beach in the Bay Area. The water is warmer than what you get in the city and shallow, so you can swim with ease. This is an ideal spot for a day trip from the city.
6. Oyster Point Beach - Oyster Point Beach, Oyster Point Blvd, South San Francisco, 94083
Not far away at all, Oyster Point Park is in South San Francisco. There is a 2.5 acre sandy swimming beach that makes for a good escape.
7. McNear's Beach - 201 Cantera Way, San Rafael, 94901
Get out to Marin County for a nice beach experience. Have fun at this sandy beach on San Pablo Bay. The waters of the bay are warm if you want some comfort.
8. Keller Beach - 900 Dorman Dr, Knox Regional Park, Richmond, 94801
Keller Beach is in Point Richmond, and it is on a huge park on the San Francisco Bay. There is a hidden cove with a swimmable beach, however there are no lifeguards on duty.
9. Tomalas State Park - 1100 Pierce Point Rd, Inverness, 94937
There are a couple beaches here that will dazzle. Tomales is the most pleasant place to go swimming in the area. The water is warm and the foggy views are gorgeous. This beach gets quite crowded though in the Summer.
Have you been to any of these swimming spots? Let us know. Share this post too! If you’re curious about swimming holes instead then check out
8 Swimming Holes Near San Francisco That Will Make Your Summer Epic.