County Line/Yerba Buena Beach Spot Guide

County Line/Yerba Buena Beach Guide

About County Line/Yerba Buena Beach

Popular, scenic spot with two surfable areas. The rocky north end of County Line is called The Point, mainly rights, though some good lefts are occasionally dished up. Very fun and usually crowded. Kept fairly glassy at all times by thick outside kelp beds. Medium tides work best here, especially on a W swell up to a few feet overhead. To the south is the beachbreak, various peaks lined up on outer reefs, which can get hollow and punchy. Popular with shortboarders. Can be good at anytime.

Undeveloped and a welcome change from the urban surf spots to the south. Park right along the surf on Highway 1 near its confluence with Yerba Buena Road north of the Ventura/L.A. county line.

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  • Stormrider Guide for County Line/Yerba Buena Beach
  • All Tides All Tides
  • Submerged reef with peaky waves Submerged reef with peaky waves
  • Sand Sand
  • S - NW S - NW
  • North Easterly North Easterly
  • 8 3 Swell Range 3 - 8ft

Swell Consistency and Wind Overview