Sonoma Coast State Beach facts for kids
|Sonoma Coast State Park|
|Location||Sonoma County, California|
|Governing body||California Department of Parks and Recreation|
Sonoma Coast State Beach is a series of beaches in Sonoma County, California. The beaches are protected as the Sonoma Coast State Park. It extends for about 17 miles (27 km) along the Pacific Coast, from Bodega Head in Bodega to just north of Goat Rock Beach.
The nearest town is Jenner. The coastline consists of a number of named beaches, including Arched Rock Beach, Jenner Beach, Blind Beach, Goat Beach and Goat Rock Beach. Goat Beach is known for being one of the most dangerous surfing spots in California because of its powerful waves, and it is recommended to not go near the water when visiting the beach.
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Coastal prairie in the Sonoma Coast State Park north of Jenner
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