Coon Street Dog Beach

Coon Street Dog Beach

Kings Beach, California 96143
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Local Phone: (530) 583-3075

Coon Street Dog Beach is located on the east end of Kings Beach off Coon Street. This is a great little spot for sunbathers and their dogs. It features restrooms, picnic areas with grills and a boat launch. Dogs are allowed only on the rocky "dog beach" area south of the boat launch; check signage to make sure you're legal.

Please clean up after your pet. Paid parking is available.

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