Posted: Feb 27, 2013 11:49 AM
Updated: Feb 27, 2013 2:05 PM
The county's only clothing-optional beach known as Pirate's Cove is now part of San Luis Obispo County's park system.
The Board of Supervisors accepted the title of a 27-acre parcel on Tuesday, Feb. 26 that includes Pirate's Cove and the Cave Landing area of Avila Beach.
A $1.4 million upgrade to the site will help build a new parking lot, restrooms and new walking trails.
Some of the trails will connect Pirate's Cove to Shell Beach and be limited to hikers.
The improvements must go through the permitting process which could take over a year and will be paid for by grants from three state agencies.
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