Ocean Beach, San Francisco California
Ocean Beach is the widest and longest expanse of sand on San Francisco’s shores, extending from the Cliff House to Fort Funston along the Pacific Ocean. This is a great place to sit or stroll, fly kites, and fish the surf. Occasionally, it’s warm enough to lie in the sun.
The water at Ocean Beach is notorious for its strong currents and fierce waves, making it popular—but dangerous—among serious surfers. The rapid rip currents and cold water make the ocean dangerous for casual swimmers or even for those who simply want to set foot in it, and many swimmers have been swept away and drowned as a result. Lives have been lost here. For your own safety, obey the posted regulations and stay out of the water
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