Beaches and how to get there

Beaches and how to get there [Map]

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Obviously, the beaches are along the shoreline, but we have names for the locations of them – some have specific purposes related to them. Here I’ll explain them to you and how you can find them.

Thousand Steps Beach
(5 Santa Cruz Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
Rincon Beach park
(Via Real, Carpinteria, CA 93105)
Campus Point Beach UCSB
(West Campus Point Lane, Isla Vista, CA, United States)
Carpinteria City Beach
(104 Linden Avenue, Carpinteria, CA, United States)
Carpinteria State Beach
(Carpinteria State Beach)
Lookout Park
(2297 Finney St, Summerland, CA 93067, United States)
Goleta Beach
(5986 Sandspit Rd, Goleta, CA 93117, United States)
East Beach Volley Ball Courts
(706 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
Butterfly Beach
(1232 Channel Drive, Montecito, CA, United States)
West Beach
(132 W Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
East Beach
(1090 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
Arroyo Burro Beach, Hendry's Beach
(2993 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)
Leadbetter Beach
(934 Shoreline Drive, Santa Barbara, CA, United States)

East Beach is home to the Volleyball Courts on the sand, and the Bathhouse and recreation Center too.

East Beach
East Beach, with the Volleyball Courts on the sand and the Bathhouse.

From East Beach to Stearns Wharf we basically just refer that to Palm Beach, which is actually located across from Chase palm Park.

Chase Palm Park
Chase Palm Park is located across from Park Beach.

From Stearns Wharf to the Harbor area is West Beach.

Led Better Shoreline Park
Led Batter Beach and Shoreline Park, lower left of this image.

Head up Cabrillo Blvd. towards City College then you have Led Better Beach. Below the Cliffs of Shoreline Park is still considered Led Better Beach.

Hendrys Beach
Hendry’s beach has a Restaurant and is a Dog Friendly Beach.

If you follow the road up to Cliff Drive, turn left and head about 2-3 miles towards Hope Ranch – you’ll run into Hendry’s Beach – A Dog Friendly Area.

 

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