“Run through cow country to the calm waters around Bull Point.”
— John McKinney
Birding · Views · Wildlife
From the trailhead of the Bull Point Trail, the beginning of the path is a little rough and hard to keep track of. After crossing a pasture, however, the trail is significantly improved. Follow the path for 3/10 of a mile to a cattle gate, after which the trail bends toward the south along Creamery Bay (which lies to your right). Along the way be sure to run on doubletrack paths rather than the narrow cattle paths for the sake of ease. As the path takes you closer to the water you'll be able to see Schooner Bay on your left. The trail eventually comes to an end as it reaches the edge of a beach-side bluff.
Thanks to John McKinney, The Trailmaster, for sharing this trail description. To learn more about trails in California, check out his guides at The Trailmaster Store
Flora & Fauna
Keep an eye out for cows, harbor seals, sea lions, deer, and a variety of birds.