Did you know that Seabright Beach used to be home to a castle, hence its local name, Castle Beach? The castle, built in 1929, welcomed visitors for almost 40 years, offering beach fun with everything from volleyball, umbrellas and a snack bar, to ocean view dining and hot saltwater baths.
We’re ready to tell the story of the castle and this beloved beach’s history through the placement of beautiful and informative signs, as well as replacing the unique castle-shaped gate at the park’s entrance, thanks to a multi-year collaboration between the Seabright Neighbors Association, California State Parks and Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks.
We invite you to be part of the effort to make this project happen. Our goal is to fabricate and install the new gate and two signs, one English and one Spanish, at Seabright Beach next spring. To fund the effort, we’re working to raise $19,000 by year-end 2022.
Please help us tell this unique Santa Cruz story to benefit locals and visitors alike.
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