Santa Cruz Wharf
21 Municipal Street, Santa Cruz California 95060
Santa Cruz Wharf
Activities abound at the Santa Cruz Wharf. Shoppers will have their choice of handmade arts and crafts as well as beach apparel. Outdoor fanatics will enjoy everything from whale watching and fishing excursions to kayaking and boating. You can also take a relaxing cruise around the bay. Great food is in no short supply at the Santa Cruz Wharf where you can savor fresh fish and other delectable entrees at one of the many fine dining establishments.
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Events -Summer Band Series; Trick-Or-Treat on the Wharf
- Whale Watching
Where to park?
There is public parking at the Santa Cruz Wharf. During the summer, there’s a $21.00 maximum for up to 8 hours while during the winter, the maximum is $12.00. The first half hour of parking in summer is free and the first hour in winter is free.
Restaurants on the Santa Cruz Wharf include Andy's, Dolphin Restaurant, Gilbert’s Firefish Grill, Gilda’s, Miramar, Olitas, Paradise Dogs, Stagnaro Bros. Seafood, Vino Prima Wine Bar, and Woodies Café.
What things are there to do on the Santa Cruz Wharf?
There is an abundance of things to do when visiting the Santa Cruz Wharf. Discover many shopping and dining options plus recreational activities, such as kayaking and fishing. Whale watching is also very popular as are the outdoor concerts during the summer.
How should one typically dress when visiting the Wharf?
The Santa Cruz Wharf is casual. Shorts can be worn in the summer and the fall but make sure to bring a sweater or jacket as the weather can be fickle. But if you’re going out to dinner at one of the fancier restaurants, you may want to put on your Sunday best.
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