Harford Pier - Avila Beach California
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member teeoff2
N 35° 10.250 W 120° 45.353
10S E 704370 N 3894294
Quick Description: Harford pier in Avila Beach Ca. It was constructed in 1873. This was the original pier for shipping into San Luis Obispo in the 1800's before the train came.
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 11/28/2007 8:47:17 PM
Waymark Code: WM2P29
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member tiki-4
Views: 84

Long Description:
These days, Harford pier is used for fishing, restaurants, and commerical fishing. Avila Harbor is a wonderful area with beautiful weather.

Sport fishing is available. Rentals and bait area available. Thre is not charge for fishing on the pier. There are fresh fish markets on the pier, along with 2 restaurants. While I was there, fishing was going on all along the pier.

It is a great spot to watch sea birds and harbor seals.

There is lots of parking avialable, and you can drive right on to the pier.
Type of pier: Commercial

Expenses: 0

Parking is available: Yes

Web site: [Web Link]

Contact information:
San Luis Harbor District 805-595-5400

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Fishing Regulations: See California Fish and Game

Visit Instructions:
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