Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf is a Parks & Open Space business in The Boardwalk
The Santa Cruz Wharf is a wharf in Santa Cruz, California, USA, known for fishing, boat tours, viewing sea lions, dining, and gift shops. The current wharf was built in 1914, the last of six built on the site, and is operated by the City of Santa Cruz Parks and Recreation Office. With a length of, it is the longest pier on the West Coast of the United States.
A fish market on the wharf is featured in scenes from the film Sudden Impact.