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Lookout Park - Summerland

The Best Beach Walks in Summerland & Fun Things to do in Summerland

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Overview

Mileage: 2-3 miles mi • Region: Summerland
Amenities: Picnic Tables, BBQs, Bathrooms
Things to do: Beach Walking

The upper park is a great place for a BBQ or the kids to play. However, the real attraction is the long, sandy stretch of beach that leads for a mile to Loon Point. At low tide you can head west and walk all the way to the harbor area or east past Loon Point to Santa Claus Lane.

Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2 miles from Lookout Park to Eucalyptus Lane (near the Miramar); 3 miles from Lookout Park to the Biltmore and Butterfly Beach; 1 mile east to Loon Point
  • Tide Notes : Low tides required to get past Loon Point on the east or to Montecito on the west.
  • Cautions : Be very careful crossing the railroad tracks when entering and exiting the park.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs are allowed on the beach if on leash.
  • Admin : Santa Barbara County Parks


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Beach Regions: Summerland
Beach Amenities: Picnicking , BBQs , Bathrooms
Beach Activities : Beach Walking

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Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2 miles from Lookout Park to Eucalyptus Lane (near the Miramar); 3 miles from Lookout Park to the Biltmore and Butterfly Beach; 1 mile east to Loon Point
  • Tide Notes : Low tides required to get past Loon Point on the east or to Montecito on the west.
  • Cautions : Be very careful crossing the railroad tracks when entering and exiting the park.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs are allowed on the beach if on leash.
  • Admin : Santa Barbara County Parks

Access / Parking

  1. From State Street, follow Highway 101 east for 5.5 miles to the Summerland off ramp.
  2. At the bottom of the turnoff, bear right across the railroad tracks and directly into the park.
  3. Stop and looking carefully before you cross the tracks.

 


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Last Updated: Sunday, November 9, 2014