Sea Cliff’s China Beach Slated for $25 Million Renovation


China Beach

The National Park Service (NPS) plans for the renovation of Sea Cliff’s China Beach, including a complete upgrade of the bath house, picnic area, retaining wall protecting the beach, viewing terraces and other amenities, are moving forward. The $25 million project planned for the site, which sits adjacent to the Sea Cliff neighborhood between Lands End and Baker Beach, will be done in two phases, with the completion of both expected sometime in 2025. 

Of that money, $10 million will be contributed by the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, with the rest coming from the NPS.

“The Parks Conservancy was able to raise $10 million in philanthropic dollars to support the project cost, largely donations from the local community,” said Claire Mooney, vice president of parks, places and innovations.


The Richmond Review


June 7, 2023