North Bay News
National Park Service to close Muir Beach this summer
MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- If you're planning a trip to Muir Beach this summer, you'd better go sooner than later.
The National Park Service said on Monday the beach will be closed, beginning in late June for a major upgrade.
They're going to re-do the parking lot, put in a new picnic area, and extend the pedestrian bridge. It's being paid for through the Cosco Busan oil spill settlement.
Nearby businesses will remain open, as will the coastal trail, but there won't be any beach parking or restrooms until November.
marin county, north bay news
- 6.9 earthquake rattles Northern California
- Man suspected of shooting SF police officer arrested
- East Bay residents warned after EBMUD truck stolen
- Wolff: Temporary baseball stadium for A's possible
- Fremont firefighters investigate three suspicious fires
- All lanes clear on I-80 in Vacaville after fatal crash
- Teenage boy killed trying to walk across Highway 85
- Tucson courting car maker Tesla for 6,500 jobs
- Gov. Brown booed by anti-fracking protesters
- Toddler uses FaceTime to save mom after dog attack
- '300' sequel rules box office with $45.1M debut
- International Women's Day walk kicks off in SF
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Monday
- roundup: Surfer rescued; Fatal Oakland crash