All AttractionsFun Sights Beaches Historical NightlifeTide PoolingVisit Mal Coombs Park right next to the Inn and explore the intertidal tide pools. Watch the sea life go about their daily lives in the tide pools.Shelter Cove BeachThe waters are usually calm and is the only safe place to swim in the area. It is family friendly, dog friendly, barbeque friendly, car friendly and a great place to spend the day with the family.Black Sands BeachBlack Sands Beach is the south end of a long walkable coastline that is over 20 miles long between Shelter Cove to Matolle River Campground.FishingExplore the local charter fishing opportunities in deep water fishing.Hiking and BackpackingThe Lost Coast Trail offers one of the few coastal wilderness hiking experiences in the United States. Hikers can view sea lions, tidepools and spectacular spring wildflowers.Bring Your BoatFeel free to bring your own watercraft from kayaks and SeaDoos to small and large boats. Most small watercraft you can launch on your own.SurfingA popular place to surf in Shelter Cove is at Dead Man’s Beach about a mile down the beach from the boat launch at Shelter Cove Beach.Whale WatchingWitness the epic journey of gray whales traveling between Alaska and Mexico—and then back again.Mountain BikingThe Paradise Royale trail system is an amazing way to experience the Lost Coast of Northern California.Painting and WinePainting and Wine classes on the bluff with local artist, Lori Hopkins, $60/person.MassageIn-house Massseuse, by appointment only, $80 for 60 minutes, $100 for 90 minutesGolfThe Shelter Cove Golf Links are located a short walk from the Oceanfront Inn. It is a nine hole links course covering 2,428 yards.BBQ on the PatioBBQ on the hotel Patio complete with all grilling and picnic supplies.Wine TastingWine Tasting on the Garden Patio.HorseshoesHorseshoes on the south lawnRelax with the OceanChairs and side tables all along the bluff overlooking the oceanMarine Mammal TalkMarine mammal talks by marine biologist, Dale BowdenJr. RangerLearn about the plants and animals in the King Range Conservation Area and earn your Jr. Ranger badges. Ask in the lobby.Beach ToysLoaner beach toys are available for kids in the lobby.Board GamesLoaner board games are available in the lobby.