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Santa Claus Lane - Carpinteria

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

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Overview

Mileage: 1.5 mi to Carp Bluffs mi • Region: Carpinteria
Amenities: Picnic Tables, BBQs, Bathrooms, Showers
Things to do: Beach Walking

Though Santa is now found a home in Ventura and his huge presence is no longer an attraction, the wide, sandy beach at Santa Claus Lane is perfect for an afternoon in the sun, a picnic, or exploring the rocky tidepools near Loon Point at lower tides.

Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2.5 miles west to the Loon Point beach access; 1.5 miles east to Carpinteria State Beach
  • Tide Notes : Loon Point accessible only at low tides.
  • Cautions : To reach the beach you must cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks.
  • Accessibility : To reach the beach you must cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs are allowed on the beach on leash.
  • Admin : Santa Barbara County Parks


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Beach Regions: Carpinteria
Beach Amenities: Picnicking , BBQs , Bathrooms , Showers
Beach Activities : Beach Walking

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Beach Walk Details

  • Length : 2.5 miles west to the Loon Point beach access; 1.5 miles east to Carpinteria State Beach
  • Tide Notes : Loon Point accessible only at low tides.
  • Cautions : To reach the beach you must cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks.
  • Accessibility : To reach the beach you must cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks.
  • UseFees : None
  • Canine : Dogs are allowed on the beach on leash.
  • Admin : Santa Barbara County Parks

Access / Parking

  1. From State Street, follow Highway 101 east for 8.5 miles to the Santa Claus Village turnoff.
  2. Turn right at the bottom of the off ramp then immediately left onto the frontage road that leads to Santa Claus Village.
  3. There is plenty of informal beach parking for the next half milea long the frontage road.

 

 


Things to Know

To reach the beach you must cross the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks. Supervise children closely. 

 

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Last Updated: Sunday, November 9, 2014