When summer sunshine beckons, few places are more enticing than coastal Monterey.
Spectacular shoreline, punctuated by pretty parks and historic architecture, serves as an awe-inspiring backdrop for dining, shopping or simply strolling along the waterfront. Cannery Row parallels this part of the Monterey Bay, and it’s a great place to soak up the sun. Plus, it’s an uncrowded, budget-friendly destination that’s just a short drive from many California cities.
Make the most of your time by the bay with these free outdoor experiences.
1. Build a sandcastle. Spacious San Carlos Beach anchors Cannery Row, and it’s an ideal place for playing in the sand. If you’re looking for a picnic spot or a place to gaze at the stars, head to the grassy hill that extends up from the beach.
For more fun: Book an overnight stay at the Monterey Bay Inn, which overlooks San Carlos Beach.
2. Meet Steinbeck’s characters. The people and places of Monterey inspired John Steinbeck’s famous 1945 novel, Cannery Row. Learn about some of these personalities in Steinbeck Plaza, where a bronze statue honors Steinbeck, marine biologist Ed Ricketts, fishing industry workers, community fixture Flora Wood, and characters modeled on the four friends who transformed Cannery Row after the fishing industry declined.
For more fun: Reserve a table for two at the Sardine Factory, the restaurant that kicked off Cannery Row’s post-sardine industry renaissance.
3. Crush your fitness goals. Aiming for 10,000 steps a day? Take a walk on the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail, which traces the rugged coast for 18 miles. With landscapes this beautiful, you won’t want to stop walking.
For more fun: Refuel at Lalla Oceanside Grill, where you’ll find vegetable-laden flatbreads and salads made with local Salinas Valley greens.
4. Spot sea creatures. Head to the base of Hoffman Avenue, where McAbee Beach is lined with rocky pools that teem with mussels, sea stars anemones and other tidepooling discoveries.
For more fun: Step into La Dolce Vita for nature-themed home goods and fragrant soy candles.
5. Ramp up your social game. Snap and share photos of Cannery Row’s dynamic seaside scenery, iconic architecture, public art installations and sea otters splashing just off the shore.
For more fun: Spend the night at the Wave Street Inn, a trendy boutique hotel with sleek, beachy style and free Wi-Fi – great for uploading images from the day’s adventures.
6. Look back at the past. Three snug cabins along Bruce Ariss Way, steps off Cannery Row, once accommodated workers from Monterey’s sardine canneries. Peek through the doors for a glimpse of their early 1900s home lives.
For more fun: Get a unique look at Cannery Row’s fishing-era piers while kayaking on the Monterey Bay with Adventures by the Sea.
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