There are benches along the trails where you can relax and enjoy a picnic and the ever-changing spectacle of the mighty Pacific. Dogs are welcome on leash. Stay on trails and be careful of both dogs and humans at the cliff edges, where there can be unseen erosion.
The historic barns built by the Kent family in the 1850s still stand among the wild grasses, green in winter, golden in summer, and dotted with wildflowers in the spring, bearing witness to the property’s ranching past, when sheep and cows roamed here and legend has it that their owners sometimes slept with their livestock in the fields to protect them. Now foxes and deer meander the same grounds where those long-ago domestic animals grazed, and seabirds and ravens wheel overhead.