San Clemente State Beach is popular with surfers on the north end of the one-mile beach. Other popular activities are skin diving for lobster and hiking along the trails on the bluffs. The beach has a landscaped blufftop with picnic areas. Trails lead down to the beach, which is popular for body surfing, swimming, and skin diving. Since 1937 San Clemente has been one of the most popular beaches in California. A dramatic setting and invigorating air satisfy its many visitors, whatever their interest, energy level or state of mind. The mile long beach stretches between the curling ocean surf and the foot of a steep bluff.
Overnight camping is available year-round.
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Firewood sales at the camp kiosk - $6 per bundle. All proceeds benefit the San Onofre Foundation.