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Seacliff State Beach is one of the most popular beachfront campgrounds in California. Home of the 435 foot S.S. Palo Alto, Seacliff State Beach campground offers RV campers (sorry, no tents) 26 full hookup sites and 37 non-hookup sites. With nearly two miles of shoreline on the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary, a visitor center museum, fishing pier, and group picnic area with barbecue grills, it’s no wonder Seacliff State Beach is such a favorite destination!
PARK FEES are due and payable upon entry into the park. Fees include entry for one vehicle and one legally towed vehicle/trailer. Additional vehicles not towed in will be charged an extra vehicle fee. Campers registering with discount passes—e.g. Disabled Discount Pass (DDP) or Distinguished Veteran Pass (POW)—must present discount card and picture ID at check-in time. Discount pass holder must be present when registering and while camping. Campers must have Recreational Vehicles (RVs) present when registering for a campsite. Registration tags are non-transferable. Day use passes are not valid in campground.
CHECK-OUT TIME is noon. Check-in time is 2pm. When checking out early, campers should inform entrance station staff to receive a refund for unused days.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RVs): Only self-contained RVs are allowed in the campground. Self-contained is defined by permanent working plumbing fixtures, flushable toilets and completely sealed,
permanently affixed fresh, gray and black water tanks. Porta-potties, cassette toilets and portable holding tanks are not allowed. No effluent, gray or fresh water may be dumped onto the ground. Do not wash vehicles or hose down campsites.
HOOKUP SITES: Maximum RV length is 45 feet. RVs must be backed in. For non-hookup sites, the maximum RV length is 35 feet in Lot A and 45 feet in Lots B and C.
Water and a sanitation station are available at nearby New Brighton State Beach. There is a $10 fee for use of the dump station. The price per campsite does not include the use of a dump station. If coming to the park to just use the dump station, visitors will have to pay a day use fee and a separate dump fee.
Campers must bring their own raised fire rings and picnic tables.
OCCUPANCY/PARKING: Only one RV and a maximum of eight persons allowed per campsite. No two RVs may camp at the same time in a single campsite. Awnings, bumpers and camping equipment must not extend over or into the walkway, roadway or adjacent sites. The maximum consecutive stay is seven days. When the maximum stay is over, the person(s), equipment, and/or vehicle(s) must vacate the campground for a period of 48 hours before returning.
DOGS must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and under human control at all times. Dogs must be confined to a vehicle or tent at night. Please clean up after your pets.
QUIET HOURS are from 10pm-6am. Generators may be operated only between the hours of 10am-8pm.
FIRES rings in campsite must be raised up off the ground to prevent damage to the asphalt. No fires on the beach. Beach bonfires are permitted in state-provided fire rings seasonally placed at Rio del Mar and New Brighton State Beaches.
ALCOHOL and glass containers are not allowed beyond your campsite.
INCLIMENT WEATHER during the Fall/Winter season may infrequently cause the park to close and park visitors to be relocated. If this is the case, campers will have the option to receive a full refund from the day of evacuation or be relocated to another park in the Santa Cruz District based upon availability.