The end of the town road and the best view of Benicia’s coastline. When it comes to celebrations, holidays or anything else, everything here ends and ceases. It’s all here to catch from the dock, stroll on the beach. With the sea, the sailboats, plants, flowers and lovely grass, in the background I love taking photographs here. The scenery is very pleasant and peaceful. It’s so peaceful and quiet. The park is great to think about. A lot of banquets and tables for picnics. A large grassy field for a picnic is also open. Some recommend that you sit down at a table with your own chair. The tables may be slightly dirty. Over tables there is no shade.
There’s not a lot of that as for tree shade so be sure to bring plenty of heat, hat and sunscreen. The park has homes, so you need to keep this in mind. In the park you can find a mobile toilet. Always a perfect place to sit down and relax. BBQ and picnic tables and lots of friends of canards and geese. Since the 1980s, the park was great. Love this place, quiet and good fishing at the right time. Excellent view of the bay and excellent sunset location. Hidden on a beach, mall park. Ideal with a great view for a picnic. Good scenery and a good location to have a hustle and bustle. It’s a zen environment.
The park’s sunsets are wonderful. The park is great for long walks as well. Seeing the wild gans is so nice, but do not feed them. Nice place for a lunch, peaceful. This is a lovely, small, peaceful park with a fantastic view. It’s awesome that Benicia only took the time for the general public to appreciate small coastal regions. Good place to walk with a dog. The breeze and the ocean are marginal for the picturesque scenery you can see and feel in this area. It’s young. It’s joyful. The park is perfect for hikes, picnics and sunset viewing. Matthew Turner, a destination of water sports and fishing is the small park to the north of the 12th street park.
This amazing location is located in beautiful Benicia, California, along with these other must-see places of interest:
- Radke Martinez Regional Shoreline Park
- Forrest Deaner Native Plant Botanic Garden
- Ninth Street Park
- Twelfth Street Park
- Lake Herman
- Benicia Point
- Jack London Park
- Fischer Hanlon House
- Turnbull Park
- Carquinez Strait Regional Shoreline
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