Fletcher Cove Beach Park In Solana Beach CA is a public beach. It is popular for fishing, with many options available to catch fish including surfperch and croaker, as well as sculpin, corbina and sole. Surf perch can be caught year round, but croakers are seasonal and best during the fall months. California halibut is also commonly found here. You can also find many types of shellfish such as mussels at this location. Public access includes ramp and stairs to beach level.
Surfing is allowed at Fletcher Cove Beach Park In Solana Beach CA and it presents some good surfing opportunities for all levels of ability. A parking lot provides space for private vehicles to park their cars or trucks close to the ocean edge where waves roll up on the wide beach. A stairway from the parking lot leads to an open space where hard packed sand set in a small cove creates a snug, safe little playground for swimmers and surfers. The water here is generally calm and rather shallow with a gradual drop off close to shore.
The City of Solana Beach permits 24 hour access at Fletcher Cove Beach Park In Solana Beach CA except that it closes from one hour before sunset until one hour after sunrise each day of the year. A large number of people enjoy this location for its beauty and recreation opportunities throughout the year. Several volleyball nets are erected on sunny ocean-facing sands near the picnic areas so you can enjoy some good games of “net” ball with friends or family members