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Hiked along this peaceful beach, searching for Sir Francis Drake's landing sight. We spotted many species of wildlife along our journey. An exceptionally beautiful and remote area of the west coast, steeped in the rich history of early California.
We came here Aug 13, 2014 to see & taste the Oysters. Unfortunatley, they were forced to close as of 31 July 2014 thru some weird Natioanl Parks issue. It is currently is litigation.
YOu can get Drakes Bay oysters in restaurants - NIck's Cove...More
Drove to Drake's Bay after visiting several points in the national park. We thought it was just an oyster farm with just tanks but they also sale the oysters. You can buy by the pound and chuck them yourself (bring your own knife or buy...More
We have done this hike many times. You share part of it with cows who can muck up the trail. But beautiful views abound. The Drakes Bay Oyster Company is small, and when we arrived they had just harvested. I prefer these to the other...More
When I went to Drake Bay's Oyster Company in August, I saw signs that they were closing in one month and that they are a must go. We went down a very gravelly road were we crawled at 5 mph in my aunt's Prius (I'm...More
4 miles of varied (and lovely) scenery, ending with a fabulous view. Just be prepared to deal with the cows that occasionally block the path. And the very end is overgrown with poison oak on both sides -- but you get the same view if...More