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The Salt Point State Park is a state park and recreation area in Jenner, California. It offers six thousand acres of coast area.

Best noted for being the home of the first underwater preserves in the state of California, the Salt Point State Park is a great marine habitat. Named after the Salt Point, the park offers a section of sedimentary sandstone situated on the beach, which form various shapes with the help of the constant impact of the waves. These stones continue underwater and provide habitats for marine creatures.

The Salt Point State Park also features 20 miles of hiking trails aside from the six miles of rough rocky coast line. Visitors can enjoy camping, scuba diving, fishing, hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing at the park.
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