Often called "the crown jewel of the State Park System", Point Lobos features breathtaking landscapes that include headlands, coves, and rolling meadows. Follow the hiking trails to hidden coves, catch a glimpse of seals, sea lions, sea otters, and migrating gray whales, or head over to Whalers Cove and check out the cultural history museum.
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Can I go for a swim in Point Lobos?
Yes, you can enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, and swimming in Point Lobos. Dive in for a snorkeling or scuba diving adventure and explore the captivating world hidden beneath the waters. Make your way through kelp forests and catch a glimpse of marine creatures.
Can I bring my dog to Point Lobos?
While it might be fun to head down the hiking trails with your four-legged companion, dogs are not allowed anywhere within the reserve, and they cannot be left inside parked vehicles either.