Bowling Ball Beach
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Part of Schooner Gulch State Beach and named for the unique spherical sandstone concretions. Be sure to go at low tide to observe this unique phenomenon.
The unique stone orbs that give the Bowling Ball Beach its name are quite visible during low tide and are known to geologists as Concretions - hard bodies may form in sediment before they become sedimentary rocks. Make sure you check the tide-tables and the information for directions and parking…
This is an incredible place of beauty and geological wonder! This is a special destination not many ever have the chance to see. You may consider a guided tour. You can explore Schooner Gulch Beach.
Tom & Susan
November 17, 2013
A very unique beach geologically. You must venture there during a low tide or the balls will be under water. Talk to me about the path down.