Pismo Beach City Beach
Pomeroy Ave. and Cypress St.
Pismo Beach, California 93449
Pismo Pier juts out into the Pacific from the center of the Pismo Beach waterfront giving visitors a grand view of the beach. Pismo City Beach is best known for fishing, surfing, sunbathing and digging clams.
If the wind is up, kiteboarders might be out in the surf with the surfers at City beach. The beach along this shoreline is wide and long so you could walk south on sand for days to the headlands near Point Sal – a distance of 15 beach miles. A shorter walk is to combine a walk out the pier with the boardwalk promenade along the waterfront.
There is a public parking lot next to the pier at the west end of Pomeroy Avenue. Another parking lot at the end of Addie Street gives access to the south part of Pismo City Beach near Pismo Creek where birds can be seen and photographed. Nearby are campgrounds and trails in Pismo State Beach.
Dogs are allowed on leash on the beach, but not on the pier.
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