New Brighton State Beach

New Brighton State Beach

New Brighton, once known as China Beach, was the site of a Chinese fishing village during the 1870s and 1880s.

The beach is adjacent to Seacliff State Beach and stretches for miles. A bluff-top trail overlooks the beaches and also is dog-friendly.

With 93 acres, more than 100 developed campsites, hookup sites for RVs, a visitor center/museum, campfire center and large parking lot for day use, this beach has remained a favorite destination for generations.

Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach but must be attended at all times. Dogs also are allowed at campsites.

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