This beach is really just the other side of Anini Beach , separated by a small stream. If you drive until the road ends, you will see this beach just past the river mouth. However you usually have to ford the small stream to get to this small patch of sand. Those in Princeville can hike or drive down a step road Wyllie Road to get to the other side of this beach. Water can be murky following rains. However, the easiest way to find this beach without fording the small stream, is to park at the Public Beach Access lot at the Westin Resort in Princeville. Here you will find near the edge of the golf course a trail head that leads through the dense foliage and down to the water.
Plan the seaside trip of your dreams on the ap! Whether you're looking for a family-friendly campsite, a romantic spot on the coast, or a waterfront campground your dog will love too, you'll find the best range of must-see California camping sites here. Where to Camp: Dillon Beach. North of San Francisco, find this scenic, dog-friendly, off-leash beach. Set up camp for a few days and you'll have access to the wide beach, picnic tables, fire pits, and a cute town with a general store and some restaurants nearby. Where to Camp: Doran Beach.