Camp, kayak, stroll, or just watch the ocean in this regional park located one mile south of the town of Gualala.
Gualala Point Regional Park is a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Sonoma Coast. Encompassed within the park’s 195 acres areopen meadows, redwood and coastal forests, and a sandy beach. Easy hikes along the trails offer expansive views of the ocean. You can also canoe or kayak onthe river, camp among the trees, picnic at a table with an ocean view, or watch sea lions, otters, and whales (in season). Exhibits in the Visitor Center feature Northern California Indian culture and logging history.