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Shark Fin Cove, Davenport, CA

Updated: Aug 8, 2018

Shark Fin Cove, Davenport, California

As you can see from the picture Shark Fin Cove in Davenport, California is extremely scenic. The bluffs above the beach is a great place to watch the sunset. Also sea glass can be found on the beach.

Shark Fin Cove is not marked on the road. It is just a turnout you park at. I liked parking at Davenport Beach an walking down the train tracks to reach Shark Fin Cove. Also you could park at Bonny Doon Beach and hike along the bluffs until you get there. 

Shark Fin Cove is beautiful at all times of the day. The trail down to the beach is a bit steep so be careful on your way down. Oh yea. Did I mention theres a cave as well? If you visit keep in mind there are no restrooms at this beach or trash cans. Pack it in pack it out! Also don't graffiti the rocks. Seems like a lot of people started doing that on the back wall.

Technically it says no dogs but I brought Wander down no problem. Just clean up after your dog if you do bring the doggy.

Check out my van life experience in Davenport and Santa Cruz, California:



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