Santa Rosa Island

The second largest island in Channel Islands National Park, Santa Rosa is a popular island and easily accessible by ferry. However, weather conditions can be challenging with the island often experiencing extremely high winds. Popular activities include: primitive camping, sandy beaches (although water sports should be left to the experts due to high winds), fishing and plenty of trails for all levels of fitness.

The second largest island in Channel Islands National Park, Santa Rosa is a popular island and easily accessible by ferry. However, weather conditions can be challenging with the island often experiencing extremely high winds. Popular activities include: primitive camping, sandy beaches (although water sports should be left to the experts due to high winds), fishing and plenty of trails for all levels of fitness.

The second largest island in Channel Islands National Park, Santa Rosa is a popular island and easily accessible by ferry. However, weather conditions can be challenging with the island often experiencing extremely high winds. Popular activities include: primitive camping, sandy beaches (although water sports should be left to the experts due to high winds), fishing and plenty of trails for all levels of fitness.

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