Devil’s Slide Coast: a collection of protected lands and marine areas that starts just north of the Devil's Slide Tunnel and stretches to the famed Mavericks surf break.
Devil’s Slide Coast public lands are located between Pacifica and Half Moon Bay, about 15 miles south of San Francisco and 30 miles North of Santa Cruz, accessible via Highway 1.
Plan your trip
Access Devil’s Slide Coast by Public Transit!
Google Map to Pacifica
Download schedule information for Devil’s Slide Ride free weekend shuttle from the City of Pacifica.
Google Map to Princeton Harbor
Find and share public transit routes to trailheads on Transit & Trails.
This area is served by SamTrans.
From San Francisco
To all lands along Devil’s Slide Coast, take I-280 South, then take CA-1 South toward Pacifica.
From the Peninsula / South Bay
To Mori Point/Pacifica and northern Devil’s Slide Coast lands, take US-101 North to I-380 West toward I-280. Head North on I-280 to exit 47 CA-1 South toward Pacifica.
To Pillar Point Bluff and southern Devil’s Slide Coast lands, take US-101 or I-280 to CA-92 West. Head North on CA-1 in Half Moon Bay. Pillar Point Bluff is 4 miles north of Half Moon Bay.
From Oakland / Northern East Bay
To all lands along Devil’s Slide Coast, take I-80 West across Bay Bridge and merge onto US-101 South. Take exit 431 to I-280 South toward Daly City, then take CA-1 South toward Pacifica.
From Hayward / Fremont / Southern East Bay
Take Dumbarton or San Mateo Bridge to the Peninsula. Follow directions from Peninsula / South Bay.
Lodging & Amenities
San Mateo County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau
Hostelling International montara lighthouse
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