This is a great beach to see tide-pools during the low tides with no ocean swells. Delicate species survive by withstanding exposure to air during low tides and being submerged under water at high tides. Baker Beach’s ecological habitat consists of alder trees, tide pools, and numerous offshore rocks, making it a unique seashore indeed. There are no paved parking; it is customary to park inside the shoulder along Scenic Drive. One one small trail-head sign. The trail to Baker Beach is steep and has cable steps at the end. This Property is owned by the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust.
2015 slope STABILIZATION
TCLT volunteers with the help of the CA Conservation Corps worked to revegetate & stabilize the slope down to Baker Beach in the Fall of 2015 after illegal fireworks earlier that year sparked a fire that burned from the beach up to Scenic Drive.