Weather in Pacifica, CA
About Pacifica, CA
Pacifica (Spanish: Pacífica, meaning “Peaceful”) is a city in San Mateo County, California, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean between San Francisco and Half Moon Bay. == Overview == The City of Pacifica is spread along a 6-mile (9.7-kilometer) stretch of coastal beaches and hills in north central California. The city comprises several small valleys spread between Sweeney Ridge in the east, Montara Mountain to the south, and the Pacific Ocean’s rocky bluffs to the west. Pacifica is well known regionally as a popular surfing destination. Surfers and families often visit Linda Mar Beach. Rockaway Beach is a scenic location and offers recreation, shopping and dining. 2005 marked the opening of the top ranked Pacifica Skateboard Park. Pacifica is also a popular mountain biking destination, with many trails crossing the hillsides that surround the city, including Pedro Mountain Road, Sweeney Ridge, and areas of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Fishermen frequent the local beaches and the Pacifica Pier, often catching striped bass and salmon. Pacifica is also a popular place to hike, with many trails that wind along the beaches and bluffs, including Mori Point, San Pedro Valley County Park, the Sanchez Adobe, Milagra Ridge, and the privately owned Pacifica quarry.
Neighborhoods in Pacifica, CA
Park Pacifica, Westview, Fairmont, Fairway Park, Shelter Cove, Vallemar, Sharp Park, Edgemar – Pacific Manor, Linda Mar, Pedro Point, Rockaway Beach, Westborough, Serra Highlands, Lomita Park, Winston Manor, Sunshine Gardens, Sherwood Forest, Little Hollywood, Orange Park, Burlingame Terrace