The historic winter storms damaged over half of the pier and the campground at Seacliff State Beach. California State Parks is working to remove the debris and develop plans to restore services and amenities for visitors.

Damage to the campground infrastructure. The historic storms destroyed nearly all the seawall and much of the fill material on which the campground was built. Much of the underground utilities were lost to the sea, as was the parking lot pavement.

Road access through the campground has been adversely impacted by continuing landslides from the bluffs on the inland side of the campground.


A view of the remaining structure of the pier. Recent storms destroyed over half of the pier and severely damaged the remaining structure. Damage to the pier is extensive, with the remaining structure in a state of imminent collapse.

The debris that has been collected on the beach will be addressed in the coming weeks.