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The Lighthouse Field State Beach is a state park and beach in Santa Cruz, California. It is named after the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse located within the vicinity.

Also known as Point Santa Cruz, the Lighthouse Field State Beach is quite a well known destination. It has a wide range of things to offer, from activities to enjoy to stuff to see. For one, it is popular for being a destination where you can find the rare Monarch butterflies during winters. It is also one of the last open headlands in any urban area in the state. The site is also home to the first surfing museum in California, the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum located inside the lighthouse. Folks can also enjoy hiking, swimming, fishing, and surfing at the park.
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