Each campsite comes with a:
SPSP has two campgrounds: Gerstle Cove and Woodside. Lower and Upper Woodside campsites range on the smaller, cozier, woodsier (heh) side, but it's a beautiful campground that shelters tent campers from breezy weather. You can buy firewood from the visitor center, and it's open seasonally so be sure to reserve a spot in advance.
Check-in: After 2 PM · Check-out: 12 PM
Nightly Rate: $35
Salt Point State Park is named after the formation of salt crystals in the cracks and crevices of its rocky coastline.
The Kashaya Pomo tribe were the earliest known residents in this area. They were expert artisans and fishermen.
Tafoni is a natural phenomenon found in the sandstone at Gerstle Cove and Fisk Mill Cove. It refers to the honeycomb-type erosion caused by seasonal wetting and drying of the rock.