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This famous Monterey playground is located in the El Estero Park. First opened in 1956, the park has undergone various renovations with the most recent in 2005. Named after the comic character by Hank Ketchum, the park features a toddler area and larger slides and structures meant for older children. A maze with a lookout tower, climbing wall, suspension bridge and statue of Dennis himself, this park is full of fun for kids of all ages.
The Monterey Bay Coastal Trail is a beautiful scenic trail that runs along the coastline of Monterey Bay. Stretching over 18 miles (28 kilometers) from Pacific Grove to Castroville, this is the perfect spot to enjoy a run or a bike along the trail and take in the spectacular views. There are numerous eateries located along the way, as well as places to rent a cycle or a surfboard.
This Monterey Peninsula state beach is a beautiful sandy beach with rocky inlets. It features a 1-mile (1.6-kilometer) long wooden boardwalk that cuts through the scenic dunes, and is popular with locals who love strolling along the coastal stretch. While visitors are encouraged to bask in the beauty of this picturesque beach at leisure, they are not allowed to collect or take home any natural souvenirs from the beach. As a protected site, no fishing is allowed in the area either. However, dogs are allowed on the beach as long as they are on a leash.