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Can't miss it, right off of PCH. You will see the turnoff to the state park, alson named Leo Carillo.
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Overcrowded mediocre point break. Slow rolling lines good for longboarders and those that would just like to cruise. Pretty spot and for some strange reason water that is colder than beaches to the north and south. On winter swells it can get some juice but can't hold much size. The outside takeoff is right next to a large rock that can become a nightmare when crowded.
Good place to camp but a truly mediocre wave.
By the flatness , 16-11-2009
leo carillo - This video speaks volumes: http://www.vimeo.com/4039832.
What it fails to capture is the narrow take off zone, which accommodates about three people. Works best at high-tide on a 4-6 ft south – there is a hollow section off the top of the point then. NW wind blows offshore here. A regular kook-fest on most days, if it's breaking at all.
By L.A.Native , 01-01-2009
Fah-q has gone anonymous to act like a tough guy! - This spot was overrated in the first place, so I didn't give it a bad rating boys, obviously your screen-name is no longer Fah-q; it's anonymous!! Get your facts straight jerky-boiz, since ANYONE who surfs this 2-star break is a full-blown flaming homo, & whiners like you belong with all the other fanny-packers that cram the lineups@Arroyo Sequit!!!
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