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Cowboy Surf Shop
2830 Cabrillo Hwy N, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Cowboy Surf Shop owner Craig MacArthur has been producing custom surfboards since 1971. Cowboy Surf Shop is aMore full-service store providing sales and rentals of surfboards, boogie boards, skim boards and wetsuits. Rip Curl, Sex Wax and Hotline wetsuits are some of the brands in stock. The store has an extensive selection of clothing for kids and adults – jackets, shorts, swimwear, sandals, T-shirts, hats, sunglasses and accessories. You can choose from well-known brand names such as Lost and Hawaiian Island Creations. Expert surfboard repairs are also offered.
Mavericks Surf Shop
151 Harvard Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Jeff Clark's Mavericks Surf Shop is located in the Princeton Harbor just north of downtown Half Moon Bay. It sellsMore surfboards, wetsuits, t-shirts, sweatshirts, sunglasses, hats and prints. It also offers surf rentals and lessons for surfing as well as paddling. Mavericks provides great gifts for surfer enthusiasts and beach lovers alike. After visiting the surf shop you can drive or walk to Mavericks point where the famous waves can be seen.
Mariner's Community Church
225 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

Since 1982, Mariner's Community Church has provided a space for people of all backgrounds to come together. MostMore consider it a community church, though it is technically Baptist in denomination. About 500 people attend services each week.

Located in the Shoreline Center, the church has a vibrant surf-themed youth center (complete with a glittering disco ball, sound system and walls mounted with flip-flops and surfboards) and a teen recreation space adjacent to the upstairs office in addition to the main service hall. 

Services are nontraditional and feature a live rock band. Video screens flank both sides of the stage.

Nano's Yogurt Shack
523 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

If you come to Half Moon Bay for the beach and find there is no sun, it might be worth your while to make a quickMore stop at Nano's Yogurt Shack. This Hawaiian-themed yogurt shop will make you feel like you are in a sunny, tropical locale. Besides the beach mural running the length of the restaurant, there are surfboards, trophy fish, paintings of palm trees and bright yellow walls. It is hard to get sunnier than that, especially in Half Moon Bay.

Owners Nano and Rebecca Kavaliku offer a rotating selection of six yogurt flavors and a toppings bar, so you can experiment with different flavor combinations. Nano's also has old-fashioned hot dogs and foccacia sandwiches. There's a small Fisher-Price picnic table for small children.