Dunes Beach

Background

The Threat: A Luxury Hotel At Dunes Beach

A luxury hotel and RV park has been proposed for a 47-acre open space and agricultural site adjacent to Dunes Beach and Surf Beach in Half Moon Bay. This proposal would replace the existing farm fields and equestrian facilities with a 212-room hotel/conference center and a 177-space high-end RV park, impacting the scenic coastal views the public currently enjoys and worsening the already-severe traffic problems on Highway One.

Threatened Species Are At Further Risk

The beach area near the project site provides nesting habitat for the threatened Western Snowy Plover, and the State Parks site adjacent to the project provides overwintering habitat for western monarch butterflies that are already in alarming decline.

Save Dunes Beach: Take Action to Oppose the Project

Please join us in the fight to protect Dunes Beach! Sign the petition to Save Dunes Beach and receive emails about future opportunities to speak up for this coastal jewel.

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