6 am to sunset
Estero Bluffs State Park
- Dogs are allowed, on-leash, at Estero Bluffs State Park, from the south boundary (near the North Ocean Parking Lot) to San Geronimo Creek. Dogs are prohibited in the park between San Geronimo Creek and the north boundary (near Villa Creek).
- Bicycles and horses are not allowed in any part of Estero Bluffs State Park.
The purpose of the Estero Bluffs SP, in San Luis Obispo County, is to preserve and protect a rich, diverse and particularly scenic area of the Pacific Ocean coast, with sea stacks and intertidal areas, a substantial area of wetlands, low bluffs and coastal terraces punctuated by a number of perennial and intermittent streams, and containing a pocket cove and beach at Villa Creek. The property's rich diversity of habitat types includes marine, intertidal, estuarine, riverine, coastal salt marsh, freshwater marsh, coastal foredune, coastal and riparian scrub and grassland, collectively providing habitat for a number of endangered species, including the snowy plover. The property includes Native American occupancy sites.