A visit to Grover Beach | Lovely Photos | Central Coast California Posted on November 10, 2016November 10, 2016 by beach I was happy to arrive at Grover beach here in Central California. The air was fragrant and the wind was crisp. In the distance, I could see beach homes in the foothills of Pismo Beach, California. This is a close up of the homes on the hills. It would be splendid to live so close to the beach. This is life on a beach in the Central Coast of California. The dunes closer to the mainland, are covered in a carpet of Ice Plant. These plants are your welcoming party when you arrive at Grover Beach. The greens, yellows, and reds show up very clearly when contrasting against the patches of sand between them. Here is the entrance to Grover Beach. You can pull right up to the edge of California, and see the ocean up close. Grover Beach, California, is a great place to spend your day taking in the sweet air and having a picnic. Grover Beach is part of Oceano Dunes and is the only state beach in California which allows drivers to traverse the beach in their vehicles. Here is Grover Beach seen from the top of a nearby sand dune. Here are some famous California palm trees. It wouldn’t be the Central Coast without them. The coastline continues on seemingly forever. In the distance, Pismo Beach Pier can be seen. The waves kept crashing, and the sound was rather soothing. Grover Beach is a great place to do some meditation. The sunlight shimmers upon the great Pacific Ocean, the waves never get tired. Here are the California Palm Trees as seen from the sand dunes at Grover Beach. People were coming and going throughout the day, navigating the trail which connects Grover beach from the city. I found this statue of a Pirate sitting on his treasure chest, guarding it for eternity. This is seen through a restaurant’s window. This place is located right at the entrance of Grover Beach. I thought these reeds looked nice, growing alongside a dirt field. I could see the village of Pismo Beach through the sand dune foliage. Upon leaving Grover Beach, I turned around and took one last look at the ocean. I could see a sign reminding me of the speed limit on the beach.