ⓘ Half Moon Bay, California

Half Moon Bay, California

ⓘ Half Moon Bay, California

Half Moon Bay is a coastal city in San Mateo County, California, United States, located approximately 25 miles south of San Francisco. Its population was 11.324 as of the 2010 census. Immediately at the north of Half Moon Bay is the Pillar Point Harbor and the unincorporated community of Princeton-by-the-Sea. The urban area had a population of 20.713 at the same census. Half Moon Bay is known for Mavericks, a big wave surf location.

  • USS Oyster Bay AVP - 28 into a motor torpedo boat tender instead Oyster Bay was designated AGP - 6 and became USS Oyster Bay AGP - 6 Half Moon meanwhile
  • State Route 1, the Cabrillo Highway, just north of Half Moon Bay and south of Moss Beach. The Half Moon Bay Airport is just north of the community. The annual
  • KHMV - LP is a low power radio station broadcasting out of Half Moon Bay California KHMV - LP began broadcasting on February 14, 2014. Call Sign History
  • city of Half Moon Bay California It lies at the end of Poplar Street west of State Route 1. Located roughly a half mile south of Half Moon Bay State Beach
  • 501 c 3 non - profit organization founded in 2002. Located in Half Moon Bay California its mission is to help schools, colleges, and other educational
  • harbor created by a riprap jetty in San Mateo County, California immediately north of Half Moon Bay The contemporary hamlet is the site of a small cluster
  • The Half Moon Bay Stakes is an American ungraded stakes race for Thoroughbred horses held on the grass at Golden Gate Fields in Albany, California For
  • Cruz, California He was an accomplished surfer, waterman, and adventurer. As a surfer, he made his reputation surfing Mavericks in Half Moon Bay California
  • Adobe. From 1879 to 1914 the routing was changed entirely, called the Half Moon Bay - Colma Road, and transversed over the mountain closer to the ocean

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