Half Moon Bay CA

Half Moon Bay CA is situated 45 minutes south of San Francisco on Highway 1, but it might as well be half a world away. Home to the world-famous monster waves at Mavericks, Half Moon Bay is a sleepy beach town with a strong connection to the ocean—a perfect place for a walk along the beach or dinner at a local seafood spot.

Some of the world’s best surfers routinely flock to Half Moon Bay for its huge, and sometimes dangerous, waves. Mavericks Surf Event draws in the risk takers, and the crowds, nearly each winter. For places to hike, camp or horseback ride head to the five beaches of Half Moon Bay State Beach. For a list of all the great area beaches, click here.

When to Visit Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay is as pretty as the name implies, with good reasons to visit all year-round. Tucked into a cove between redwood forests and Pacific Ocean waves, it’s a strikingly beautiful coastal corner of the San Francisco Bay area located 28 miles south of the city. Mild temperatures make it perfect for several of its hallmarks: an abundance of locally grown agricultural products, great golf, high caliber surfing and weekend getaways. Half Moon Bay CA weather makes it quite comfortable throughout the year with average temperatures between 40 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

Half Moon Bay Attractions

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve

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Fitzgerald Marine Reserve and its tide pools are part of a San Mateo County Park located in Moss Beach, CA, about 40 minutes south of San Francisco. The Fitzgerald Marine Reserve tide pools are one of the most beautiful and easily accessible natural wonders of the Northern California coast.

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Half Moon Bay State Beach

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Half Moon Bay State Beach is one long sandy continuous beach below bluffs and dunes in the town of Half Moon Bay, California. Within the boundaries of this state park there are four separate named entrances and parking areas. North to south this includes Roosevelt Beach, Dunes Beach, Venice Beach, and Francis Beach.

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Ano Nuevo State Park

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Located twenty-five miles south of Half Moon Bay, the park’s remote sandy shores play host to the mating, birthing, and molting seasons of the two-ton creatures that were nearly driven extinct in the 19th century. While the seals are clearly the stars, the park itself inspires with over 4,000 acres of diverse, mesmerizing landscapes—from a freshwater marsh to towering sand dunes—and a rich cultural history that includes historic structures from a bygone dairy farm.

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Devil’s Slide Trail

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Explore dazzling coastal cliffs along the paved 1.3 mile trail and experience what car-bound motorists never could. In just two years, Devil’s Slide trail has become the most popular destination in the San Mateo County Parks system drawing visitors with its grand-scale splendor.

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Half Moon Bay’s Main Street

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Today’s modern Main Street maintains its quaint and relaxed atmosphere, offering some of the best-in class dining and unique shopping experiences, while maintaining much of its original character. It’s where locals go to eat, shop and socialize. It’s where the world-famous Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival takes place. It’s where people come to embrace local culture, celebrating and revitalizing Half Moon Bay’s history through unique events, landmarks, and the heritage of this aptly named thoroughfare. 

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Things to Do in Half Moon Bay

Half Moon Bay Kayak Company

Half Moon Bay Kayak Company offers kayaks, paddle boards, and bicycle rentals of many varieties, including all the gear necessary for a fun, safe, and comfortable adventure. They also offer guided trips and private instruction, let your Bay Area sea kayaking adventure begin here. California paddle boarding is also a popular outdoor sport that provides a great workout while enjoying the great outdoors. Telephone: 650-773-6101 Web: Half Moon Bay Kayak Company

Mavericks Paddle Sports

In addition to hosting the Mavericks Internationally known surfing competitions, Mavericks Paddle Sports is dedicated to stand-up paddle boarding offering classes, gear and rentals. Mavericks Surf Shop also offers a variety of surfing clothing and gear as well. They can also include the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, known for its extensive tide pools that host an abundance of marine life. Telephone: 650-560-8088 Web: Mavericks Paddle Sports

Sea Horse Ranch

Sea Horse Ranch offers a variety of California beach horseback riding and California trail riding to individuals and groups. The horseback rides go along the Coastal Equestrian Trail offering scenic views, ocean bluffs, and onto Poplar Beach. Go ahead and make California beach horseback riding a reality! Telephone: 650-726-2362 Web: Sea Horse Ranch

Huli Cat Sportfishing Party

Whale watching is almost year round in the Bay Area. December through May, experience the Gray Whale migration. May through October, find humpback whales, blue whales, or pilot whales. See killer whales, dolphins and porpoises.  Take a trip offshore bird watching for Northern California’s sea birds flying back and forth feeding along the coast. See the unique and rugged Farallon Islands, 28 to 40 miles offshore; see seabirds, sea lions and white sharks. White sharks move in close at the Farallons, October and November. Telephone: 650-726-2926 Web: Huli Cat Sportfishing Party

Riptide Sportfishing

Riptide offers both half and full day tours for whale watching/nature trips and to observe surfers off Mavericks.  You can often see Humpback whales, which are present in this area  of Northern California year-round. Many times during the Spring through Fall, we see Blue whales. The height of the Gray whale migration is from late December through May. There are many other forms of life to observe from their vessel –  Dolphins, Porpoises, Stellar Sea Lions and many a binocular is bird watching for offshore species. Telephone: 650-728-8043 Web: Riptide Sportfishing

Best Restaurants in Half Moon Bay

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$$ – $$$ Sam’s Chowder House

Sam’s Chowder House serves ocean fresh seafood, reminiscent of a New England style seafood house. Voted “Best Seafood in the Bay Area” by the 2017 San Francisco Bay Area A-List, and named “Top Three Outdoor Dining Spots in the Bay Area” by San Francisco Magazine, Sam’s serves lobster, crab, fish and chips, fried calamari, fresh oysters and clams from the raw bar, and many fresh fish dishes such as salmon and halibut. Telephone: 650-712-0245 Web: Sam’s Chowder House

$$ – $$$ Barbara’s Fish Trap

With its neon fish sign outside and nets dangling from the ceiling, funky Barbara’s Fishtrap sits along the harbor and has drawn big crowds since 1971, thanks in part to some of the best fish-and-chips anywhere in California. Telephone: 650-728-7049 Web: Barbara’s Fish Trap

$$ – $$$ Pasta Moon Ristorante & Bar

Kim Levin – Chef/Owner of Pasta Moon strongly believes in giving back to the community and supporting local coast-side farmers, ranchers, fishermen and gourmet artisans. In fact, these elements are the core of the Pasta Moon identity along with Kim’s passion and creativity. Their menu rotates regularly depending on what’s in season, bringing our guests a contemporary Italian dining Experience that is unique and eco-friendly! Telephone: 650-726-5125 Web: Pasta Moon Ristorante & Bar

$$ – $$$ Miramar Beach Restaurant

Enjoy incomparable views, exceptional food, and impeccable service that will exceed the expectations of everyone in your party. Except for those who have already enjoyed our seafood and steak restaurant dining experience! The menu consists of the freshest seafood, finest steaks and our world-famous seafood chowder. They also have a superb, hand picked list of wines, domestic and imported. Telephone: 650-726-9053 Web: Miramar Beach Restaurant

$$ – $$$ Flying Fish & Grill

Near downtown, this family-owned kitchen makes fresh cod, mahi and salmon tacos, along with deep-fried and grilled seafood plates. The pastel-colored dining room is whimsically decorated with tropical murals and palm fronds. Telephone: 650-712-1125 Web: Flying Fish & Grill

Best Nightlife in Half Moon Bay

Cameron’s British Pub

If you can’t find a beer you like here, you must not like beer. It’s an atmosphere that only a family run business can provide, a place where babies and great grandmums are welcome. Let’s not forget the great grub! Enjoy and don’t be a stranger. An English pub is a family place, unlike our American bar equivalents. Telephone: 650-726-5705 Web: Cameron’s British Pub

Sacrilege Brewery

From their brewing methods to their burgers and everything in between, they buck the system and challenge the norm. Find hand-made beers and fresh, creative eats. Telephone: 650-276-7029 Web: Sacrilege Brewery

Old Princess Landing Public House & Grill

They host live music, private events, festivals, sporting events, plus pool and dart tournaments. Their garden back patio is dog friendly! Every weekend they host the best bands from around the Bay Area and coming through on tour.  Telephone: 650-728-7096 Web: Old Princess Landing Public House & Grill

The Wine Room

A great little wine bar.  Coast-side cute on the outside. Modern on the inside. Nice and warm making for the perfect place to curl up with a friend, a group, or just you and your glass.  The music talent is usually from the local area, but widely known and in many cases, published more than a few times.  Telephone: 650-728-9463 Web: The Wine Room

VIA Uno Cucina Italiana & Bar

Enjoy authentic flavors in a casually elegant coastal ambiance including a modern-rustic dining room, dog-friendly heated outdoor patio, private wine room, and full bar. Their authentic 6,000 pound wood-fired pizza oven specially hand-made in Naples for VIA UNO creates light-as-air pizza crusts and our menu features Calabrian specialties you’re unlikely to sample anywhere else unless you take a trip to Italy.  Telephone: 650-560-8858 Web: VIA Uno Cucina Italiana & Bar

Best Hotels in Half Moon Bay

Seal Cove Inn

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The Seal Cove Inn is truly a boutique hotel, surrounded by an oasis where you can enjoy secluded beaches, watch frolicking seals, and follow the tree-lined paths tracing the windswept Half Moon Bay ocean bluffs. The amenities continue with the beautifully appointed guest rooms, reminiscent of a European country inn. Each room is oriented toward the water, overlooking acres of beautiful San Mateo County parkland and the ocean beyond. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room visit the Seal Cove Inn.

Cypress Inn On Miramar Beach

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The Cypress Inn in Half Moon Bay is located just 28 miles south of San Francisco and is a favorite weekend getaway destination. Guests of the Cypress Inn on Miramar Beach gaze upon the Pacific Ocean as they enjoy their breakfast from the comfort of their room. Let the soothing sounds of crashing waves lull you into blissful relaxation while you enjoy a massage by our in-house massage therapist. Enjoy the generous size, flat screen TV, and jetted tubs of our guestrooms. Join us at the Cypress Inn on Miramar Beach and unwind! For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room visit the Cypress Inn on Miramar Beach.

Landis Shores Oceanfront Inn 4.5

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Guests at this beach bed & breakfast will appreciate convenient onsite amenities such as barbecue grills and a picnic area. All 11 rooms boast fireplaces and jetted tubs, while also providing free WiFi, free wired Internet, and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Other amenities available to guests include furnished balconies or patios, DVD players, and refrigerators. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room visit Landis Shores Oceanfront Inn.

Nantucket Whale Inn

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The atmosphere is casual, the experience is rich. The Faraway Island is present throughout the inn. Guest rooms are as restful as the ocean breeze accented in tranquil colors of blues and grays – each with a private bath. All rooms have private baths, luxurious spa robes, DirecTV HD TV/DVD player, Free Wi-Fi. Some have king beds, fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room visit the Nantucket Whale Inn.

Mill Rose Inn 4.5

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For guests who expect extraordinary personal service, warm hospitality and meticulous attention to detail, the Mill Rose Inn Half Moon Bay’s first B & B is what you’ve been looking for. Experience the luxurious amenities, dine on the most sumptuous gourmet breakfasts, schedule a healing massage and enjoy the easy access to beaches, shops, galleries and restaurants of vibrant Half Moon Bay. For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room visit the Mill Rose Inn.



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46 Comments

  1. Hanna

    This place looks amazing.. Half moon bay is another place i would like to go. I`ve been to San Francisco but never thought there`s a wonderful place like this just minutes away.
    Thanks for your article Leahrae!
    All the best!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, there is a wonderful place minutes away 🙂 Quite a few actually. The whole coast San Francisco coast is beautiful. Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  2. Nia M

    Wow, Half moon Bay is such a beautiful place that Ive never heard about. Now fo my trip next month I want to actually visit. I will definitely visit the state park and the slide trail! I will let you know how this goes! Thank you so much for your detailed Beach Travel Destinations

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are so welcome Nia! Thank you for visiting my Half Moon Bay CA review and taking the time to leave me comments!

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  3. Daniella

    Hi Lea,

    Great article, I loved the reading!
    California is on my bucket list! One of the family members lives there, so it would be a great occasion to go to Hal Moon Bay Ca at the same time. Now that I have all the information I can easily plan my trip. I really thank you for this!
    How long time is permitted to stay in Hal Moon Bay Ca for a non-US citizen?
    Thank you for this excellent post!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Daniella! You can stay in the U.S. for up to 90 days, and that would be a really long vacation 🙂 Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  4. Lan

    I enjoyed this article, especially about the place. It’s amazingly beautiful and if I have free time I wish to go there. You also cover most of the information that people need on this post.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Lan, and thank you for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  5. Doc

    I’ve never been so far north but I know if it’s anything like the rest of the golden state it very worth going.

    That waterfall looks awesome! I love finding hidden gems thanks for the post this will be a gem I won’t have to search for.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great doc, I am glad I have given you your hidden gem in California to visit. And it is one for sure! Glad you enjoyed my Half Moon Bay CA review.

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  6. Garrett

    Another beautiful page! Thank you for taking the time to inform us about all the attractions and places to stay.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Garrett. Thank you for visiting my Half Moon Bay CA review. Glad you enjoyed!

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  7. Todd Matthews

    The mild temperatures and the Devil’s Side Trail are huge attractions to me. I’m a big trail and nature guy so this would be a treat to visit and explore. Kayacking and Paddle Sports are up my alley as well. Anything that allows me to burn calories, even on vacation in other words. This definitely seems like a place to explore on the west coast.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Then this is your kinda place Todd. I am the same way, and I love the area. So many activities, and such beauty to do them in. Can’t beat Half Moon Bay or the whole Northern California coast. Thanks for visiting!

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  8. Jeffrey

    WOW, I didn’t know California had such beautiful places. The video taken by the drone really makes Half Moon Bay come alive. I was surprised at how big the waterfall was when I saw the guy kneeling at the top.

    I’ve been to California but to the big cities, so this is going to be one of the places I have to visit. I am going to bookmark this for quick reference of places to stay and things to do as it looks like all the information I need is here.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Jeffrey, I am glad you enjoyed. Yes, the drone video just shows how amazing it is in Half Moon Bay. Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Valentina Kolozi

    Wow, what a beautiful place. Thank you for showing with us attractions and how many activities can we do there. I wish to go there even if I’m so far from CA.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You can always dream and have it on your bucket list 🙂 I don’t let distance interfere for me. You would love California, it is a beautiful place.

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  10. Sherry S.

    Fantastic! Very informative and easy to understand. You hit on all of the major points researched when traveling to a particular destination. I would be curious of any local favorites/secrets and regulations/laws for the area. Otherwise….half moon bay, here I come! 🙂 Thank you for a great informative site.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Sherry 🙂 I am glad you enjoyed!

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  11. Ken

    Getting prepared to retire and travel the country in an RV. We will be going down the East Coast, across the country following the Gulf Coast out to the West. We were looking for places to see outside of the normal SF and LA. After reading about Half-Moon Bay, I believe will be on the West Coast a little longer than planned. Not that we are on a time crunch. Thank you for the locations to visit on the West Coast.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Ken, and have a great time. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  12. Amod Ranjan

    Awesome! What a great information! Each and every thing you have noted here. It is highly informative article for those who wants to take enjoyment with beaches.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Amod! Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  13. Asen

    Hello there,

    What can I say! It looks like the perfect beach getaway! Plenty og wonderful sights and many exciting activities to do there.
    Looks stunning and you described it so well that I wanna pack and go now!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Aspen! Get to packing 🙂 Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

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  14. Heidi

    I have always wanted to visit California! This sounds like one of the places I would want to go. It’s so beautiful and has so many different activities to do. You have done such a fantastic job of covering all aspects of the area that people would want to research before booking. Definitely a great resource!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Heidi! Glad you enjoyed Half Moon Bay CA.

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  15. Steve

    When my family went to California, we traveled along Highway 1, but must not have stopped at this absolutely gorgeous spot! What a shame! I can remember standing along the side of the highway, though, in amazement at how close you could get to the cliff edges! It actually made me a little uncomfortable! 

    I really wish I had known that there was so much to do in this area, as it really should have been a stop on our trip down the coast. I guess that just means that I’ll have to get back out to California and make sure I hit this spot! Thanks for highlighting it!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you enjoyed reading and learning about Half Moon Bay!  Yes, time for another visit to Northern California for sure.  Thanks for visiting!

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  16. Billy.W.

    Hi Leahrae,this is a really great article that you have written here.As I was reading through the article I came across the devils side trail and that coastal road shot.That scenery looks really familiar.Do you know if that area was ever used in movie scenes at all?It seems like I have seen it before in movies from the US??Anyway great article friend on this location as well as all the info included on where to eat,play and stay :))

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Billy, yes!  Half Moon Bay was actually an are where Bicentennial Man, Harold & Maude, Bandits, and House of Sand and Fog filed on location there.  There were a few others as well.  Very good eye!  Thanks for visiting my Half Moon Bay review.

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  17. Paul

    Hi there,

    Really enjoyed your post. Being an Aussie it’s ingrained to love the beach and although CA is a long way from home this article has given me much food for thought. I am only really interested is holidaying near the ocean cause ‘Lifes a beach” isn’t it. Your post gives a great summary of things to do and places to go.

    Thanks so much for an eye opener of a read, very enticing

    Paul

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks for stopping by Paul and reading my Half Moon Bay CA post.  Yes, I bet you do love the beaches!  I live in Florida and I love the beaches 🙂  I am glad you enjoyed.

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  18. AnnetteCristina

    What a beautiful place and you do such a wonderful job of showing it through the drone video, attractions and hotel info here. I haven’t been to CA in many years but look forward to visiting this beautiful site. I didn’t see very many people along the beach, is the section shown in the video mostly private? I also noticed a large white building in the background. Is that a hotel?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      This area does not get as crowded as some other California beaches for sure.  You know, I am not sure if that big white building is a hotel or not to be honest.  I’d like to say yes, but I am not positive.  Thanks for visiting Annette.

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  19. Babsie Wagner

    My aunt and uncle live in California, and we’re planning at trip to see them, and one of the things he said we definitely need to do is hike Devil’s Slide trail.  It’s one of his favorite spots, and he knows that my kids and I are big hikers, we love to explore new places and we love nature and the ocean.  I’m super excited.  I’m also excited to wander down Main Street and check out the various eateries.  I’m not sure we’ll be there for the Pumpkin Festival, which is probably in the fall, but I’m sure they have lots of local activities.  Great review!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Oh you will have fun for sure.  The pumpkin festival is something to see for sure, but I think visiting Devil’s Slide Trail is the highlight of the area  besides the beaches for sure.  Thanks for stopping by Babsie.

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  20. Marita

    HI,

    I love the beach. Swimming gives me time to exercise and just to relax. Going to a picnic with family is the best bonding, as well.

    It’s one of the reasons why I love to go home to my home country. My hometown has lots of beautiful beaches.

    I hope one day, I can bring my family at Half Moon Bay.

    Marita

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I hope you can too Marita!  I agree that spending time at the beach, picnics, and just spending the time together is a great way to spend time with your family for sure.  Thanks for reading my Half Moon Bay CA review.

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  21. Kenechi

    I love the hotels in the Half Moon Bay area.  They look wonderful.  You have made Half Moon Bay sound so wonderful, and I am ready to head to California!  I have been interested in traveling to the United States, and California has always been at the top of the list.  Thanks for all of the great information.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Kenechi.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  22. Chrissie Spurgeon

    Half Moon Bay sounds like another great beach destination.

    I wish that I wish that I could visit some of the beautiful beaches that you write about in the US, but I am far too far away!

    Do you ever visit beaches which are outside the US?

    Maybe I will get to visit the US one day, and if so I will certainly seek out some of the beaches which you recommend.

    Chrissie 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Chrissie,  You know there are beautiful beach locations all over the world.  And yes, I have traveled to many different places to experience them !  I guess I’m what you might call a beach junkie LOL.  I hope you can visit the U.S. some time soon and experience the beauty here.

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  23. charles39

    Half Moon Bay is very beautiful place that I am really looking forward to visiting.  I have been interested in traveling to California which is a big state!  You have narrowed it down for me.  I know that I want to go to the Half Moon Bay area.  I am looking forward to the beautiful scenery and taking some great pictures 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Charles!  I am glad I could help you decide on an area of California to visit.  Really you can’t go wrong visiting any of the coastline in California.  It’s all beautiful. Thanks for stopping by!

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