Come join us for a beach clean-up at Venice Beach on Saturday, February 10th from 11am to 1pm!

Parking: There is a fee to park, however, when you get to the entrance station, let the park aide know that you are here for a beach clean-up and the park aide will give you a day pass for free.

Cleanup Areas: The parking lots and the beach.

Supplies: Volunteers will be provided with buckets and reusable gloves while supplies last. Because we are never sure of the weather, make sure to bring extra layers, a hat, sunblock, water, and snacks.

Restrooms: Yes.

Weather: In the event of rain, this event will be cancelled

About Venice Beach:
Venice Beach is the middle beach of Half Moon Bay State Beach. This sandy beach is between two creeks (Pilarcitos and Frenchmans), which sometimes breach the beach and flow into the ocean. Birds are common users of the freshwater of Pilarcitos Creek south of here. The Half Moon Bay Coastal Trail passes through the park and offers a walking and biking opportunity in either direction. Swimming is dangerous at Venice Beach due to strong rip currents and cold ocean water. The parking area is at the west end of Venice Boulevard which turns off Highway 1 just north of downtown Half Moon Bay.

Address: 400 Venice Boulevard, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 (Half Moon Bay State Beach)

Dogs: There are no dogs allowed on this beach, but dogs are OK on Coastal Trail if leashed. Please be responsible and pick up your dog waste.

Would You Like to Join Us? You can email us at beachcleanups@smc.surfrider.org to help us estimate attendance or just show up.