Shoreline Park is a delightful, popular, open-feeling, view-filled coastal bluff park, with many well maintained amenities. It features an accessible and enjoyable concrete pathway that parallels the coast, lots of picnic tables and benches, restrooms, a playground and a wide grassy area. For people of all ages, Shoreline Park is a great place to walk, enjoy beautiful views, whale watch, relax and read, picnic, and play grass-enhanced games. During low tides, a rocky beach with tide pools can be accessed through a Torii gateway and down the stairs.
1237 Shoreline Drive, Santa Barbara
City of Santa Barbara
11.2 mi (biking)
BBQ, Biking (somewhat limited), Picnicking, Playground/Swings, Playing on Grass Activities, Relaxing, Running, Studying/Reading, Viewing (Ocean, Mountains), Walking, Watchable Wildlife
Shoreline Park was purchased and protected by the City of Santa Barbara after citizens approved a ballot measure to acquire it. A Santa Barbara architect, Richard Taylor, designed the park.