The Longest Wharf In California Is In Santa Cruz And It’s An Unforgettable Adventure

The Santa Cruz Wharf is known for its restaurants with beautiful views of the ocean and beach, great fishing, and the seals that gather under the wharf. The Santa Cruz Wharf has even been featured in some movies. This picturesque spot is perfect for a family outing or date night. You can have an unforgettable adventure spending a day or evening at the wharf. 

The Santa Cruz Wharf opened in 1914 but was only for commercial use until the 1950s. Since that time that wharf has become a popular tourist attraction. 

If you’re planning a weekend trip to Santa Cruz, check out our story about the local caves</a>. Or drive a short ways to the east to visit the neighboring city of Capitola and its colorful downtown.

Have you ever been to the Santa Cruz Wharf? What did you do there? Tell us in the comments.

Address: Municipal Wharf, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA

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