If you don't mind paying a bit for beach access, this park offers some outstanding choices. At one end of the beach, there's a playground and snack bar, where you can order sandwiches and cold drinks or rent a beach chair, umbrella, surfboard, or other beach paraphernalia. If you walk north along the beach, however, all traces of civilization seem to vanish. An offshore break makes the park a good surfing spot, there's a boat launch, and canoes and kayaks can be rented.
The campgrounds are very popular, too. Amenities: showers; toilets; food and drink; lifeguards (seasonal); parking (free); water sports. Best for: solitude; surfing; swimming; walking.