Agate Beach Trail

Patrick's Point State Park, California

Elevation Gain200ft
Trailhead Elevation183ft
Elevation Min/Max35/183ft
Elevation Start/End183/183ft
Agate Beach Trail is a hiking trail in Humboldt County, California. It is within Patrick's Point State Park. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 183 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 200 feet. The Day Use Parking Lot parking is near the trailhead. There are also restrooms. The trail ends near the Agate Beach (elevation 7 feet) beach.

Agate Beach Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This is a right beach break at Patrick’s Point State Park. Agate Beach is a large, pristine, and very beautiful beach. As with most beach breaks, it can produce a wide range of surfing conditions.

Depending on the swell, this spot can range from fun and friendly to a heavy, aggressive beach break. It faces northwest and as a result sees some serious winter swell. The break at Agate Beach is usually a well shaped and consistent wave that can produce quality barrels. On bigger days you’ll definitely want to beware of the heavy shore pound."

"Overlooked by many visitors heading to the renowned redwood groves in the nearby parks, lovely Patrick’s Point State Park offers some of the most picturesque coastal scenery on the north coast. Jutting into the Pacific, the park’s 200-foottall bluffs offer sublime ocean views peppered with scenic sea-stacks and offshore rocks, at least when the persistent fog takes a day off."

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Trail Information

Patrick's Point State Park
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Patrick's Point State Park

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Jun 2018