Kehoe Beach

Kehoe Beach

5550 Pierce Point Rd.
Inverness, California 94937
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Local Phone: (415) 464-5100

A half-mile walk alongside a marsh and over a series of sand dunes takes you to the northern end of Kehoe Beach. Once at the beach, turn left to explore a stream meandering its way into the Pacific Ocean. To the right, giant dunes make explorations fun.

Dogs are allowed on a leash on the beach to the north of the trail. Dogs are not permitted south of the trailhead as this area is protected habitat for the endangered snowy plover.

Please note: Because of budget cuts these trails are no longer maintained on a regular basis, during the summer there are foxtails everywhere. Take a look down the trail before you take the dogs and be sure to pack in water as there are no faucets or fountains in the vicinity.

Help us keep this beach beautiful and dog-friendly:
• Always follow the posted rules
• Respect natural marine life and habitats
• Be aware of tides and currents
• Pack in and pack out, leaving only paw prints

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