• The Point Reyes Beach as viewed from the Point Reyes Headlands

    Point Reyes

    National Seashore California

2007 26th Annual Sand Sculpture Contest

2007 Sand Sculpture Contest: Family Group 1st Place: Entry #32: The Little Engine That Could, by Jones/Schiltgen Family
Family Group 1st Place Winner: The Little Engine That Could, by Jones/Schiltgen Family
 

The 26th Annual Sand Sculpture Contest at Drakes Beach was once again well attended with 65 sculptures entered. Thousands of participants and observers showed up to enjoy a warm, sunny day. Unfortunately, a very high tide occurred at 3 p.m., quickly washing away many of the sculptures.

If you notice any errors in sculpture or artist names, please contact us.

 

Missing and Unidentified Photos
If you have a photo of any of the sand sculptures listed below or if you know the identity of any of the Unidentified Sculptures, please contact us. Thank you.

  • Adults' Individual Entry #01: Untitled Sculpture, by Sandra Sheffield
  • Adults' Individual Entry #04: Unidentified Sculpture, by unknown artist
  • Adults' Individual Entry #05: Campfire, by Scott Bartlebauger
  • Children’s Group Entry #08: Unidentified Sculpture, by Grace & Miranda
  • Children’s Group Entry #12: Castle, by Sujatha
  • Children’s Group Entry #13: The Lighthouse, by Sujatha
  • Children’s Group Entry #16: Unidentified Sculpture, by Unknown Group
  • Children’s Individual Entry #02: Unidentified Sculpture, by Simon’s Children
  • Children’s Individual Entry #03: Unidentified Sculpture, by Sara
  • Children’s Individual Entry #05: Flying Soccer, by Gabriel
  • Children’s Individual Entry #06: Unidentified Sculpture, by Clarissa
  • Family Group Entry #04: Medieval Dreamin’, by Joel Nobles

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