This mile long beach backed by high coastal bluffs is mostly known for the "cement ship" at the end of the fishing pier. The S.S. Palo Alto was built for World War I, but was finished after the war was over so it was brought to Seacliff State Beach with the hopes of being an amusement center. Visitors to Seacliff State Beach can enjoy swimming in the ocean, fishing from the pier (no California fishing license required), picnicking at shaded picnic areas, walking along the soft sand beach or paved walking trail adjacent to the beach, and beach front RV camping. Seacliff State Beach also features a visitors center with natural and cultural interpretive exhibits, guided tours, and public restrooms
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