Shoreline Park

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

Managed By

City of Santa Barbara

Distance from UCSB

11.2 mi (biking)

How To Get There

Walk, Bike, Drive, Bus

Things To Do

BBQ, Biking (somewhat limited), Picnicking, Playground/Swings, Playing on Grass Activities, Relaxing, Running, Studying/Reading, Viewing (Ocean, Mountains), Walking, Watchable Wildlife

Fun Facts

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.

Best Time To Visit

All Year

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