- This small State Park in northern California encompasses undeveloped beach backed by rugged headlands and sweeping ocean vistas. The park extends along the coast, north of Mendocino, with its northern boundary at Jug Handle State Reserve.
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Aerial view of Caspar Headlands SB
Recreation - At this State Beach visitors will find opportunities for wildlife viewing (especially migrating gray whales in March), fishing, walking, kayaking and swimming.
Climate - Summers are generally mild. Fog is often encountered near the coastline, with sunny, warmer weather more common inland in the foothills. Winters are generally cool with considerable precipitation. Wear layers of clothing to accommodate cool to warm temperatures and good walking shoes. Rain protection should be included at any time of year.
Caspar Headlands State Beach is located on the north coast, two miles north of Russian Gulch on the coast access road (Point Cabrillo Drive.) From the north, it is one mile south of the turnoff at milepost 54.71 on Highway One.