Asilomar State Beach
- MelindaJan. 30, 2020Off Lease Allowed Only At South End Of Beach
This is a GREAT beach to walk your dog. Please note this Long Beach has two sections. Northern end is Asilomar (state parks) but the southern part (after the river outflow) of the beach is Pebble Beach property. Dogs are allowed off leash on south end- I have watched people get ticketed if they have dogs off-leash on the north end - my dog loves to run off leash with others at this beach but I put the leash on when I get into Asilomar side.
FYI this is from the Asilomar website: “OF NOTE: The southern 2/3rds of the Asilomar Beach is Pebble Beach Property and is not patrolled or maintained by CA State Parks. Please contact Pebble Beach Resorts for all inquiries related to this section of the beach.”
- JuliaOct. 11, 2019Snotty Better Thans on the Beach
I brought my rescued dogs to this beach specifically because they need to be on leash and I dont want dogs coming up to them. There were several dogs running off leash and when a lady with her 2 Rhodesian Ridge-backs came onto the beach her dogs ran directly for mine. I asked her to put her dogs on leash. She got in my space and I asked her to get back and she said no. She said "You dont live here do you?" Another lady on the beach was acting like what was the problem, her dog off leash as well. I called the Pacific Grove Police to ask if the dogs are supposed to be on leash. They said it was Monterrey County's jurisdiction and they dont enforce the laws. Well when the day comes there is a dog fight on the beach, or someone gets bit, the county will get sued... People who break laws just because the police are too busy to enforce them, are no better than any criminal. Selfish, stupid and inconsiderate to other dogs who are not as experienced. Give rescued dogs a break.
- RichardFeb. 27, 2019Keep on leash
A nice but busy beach full of children on a school trip.
Theydon loved the sand and it is a lovely stretch of coastline. Dogs need to be kept on leash at all times
- KayMar. 20, 2018Beware of coyotes!
Very nice beach for leashed dogs. We visited in the evening and were greeted by 2 VERY bold coyotes. They came within 20’ and 3 people with 2 larger (50lbs & 75lbs) dogs did not scare them off. I’m afraid what would’ve happened if we had smaller or unleashed dogs.