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Kayak Put-In Info for: Old Bayshore Highway, Burlingame

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins OverviewOverview: This is a beach near Coyote Point park, but without the parking fee. At very low tide there will be a lot of sticky mud between the beach and the water. I have been there at +2 and it was fine. Otherwise, you can paddle in the morning before the wind and it's not a problem. There is a 18 inch bluff to scramble down, but not bad.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins ParkingParking: There is a red zone which is the closest place to unload. Street parking is available nearby, it may be full on weekends. Across the street is a large light industrial area which isn't busy on weekends, so nobody will care if you park there.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins FacilitiesFacilities: None

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins AmenitiesAmenities: Nothing nearby (within walking distance). Downtown Burlingame across the freeway, or hotels North on Airport. As kayakers seem to like beer, there is Steelhead Brewing Company on California Avenue-a good place.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins DirectionsDirections: Put 100 Airport Blvd, Burlingame, CA into Google Maps.

SF Bay Kayak Put-Ins CautionsCautions: The wall to the left has a lot of fisher(wo)men so you need to stay away to not snag lines. The beach is used by kiteboarders and some windsurfers when the wind is good, but if you stay sort of close to the wall on the left you will be out of their way.

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