Popular with surfers on the north end of the one-mile beach.
Other popular activities are skin diving and hiking along the trails on the bluffs.
The beach has a landscaped bluff top with picnic areas.
Trails lead down to the beach, which is also popular for body surfing,
swimming, and skin diving.
Avenida Calafia, San Clemente
Favorite activities include surfing and fishing.
West End Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente
This beach is popular with San Clemente residents because it’s not as crowded
as the other beaches. It’s located next to the Ole Hanson Beach Club in
North San Clemente.
N. El Camino Real, San Clemente
Popular Surfing location, on the border between Dana Point and San Clemente.
Poche Beach is presently a small sunbathing beach with a volleyball court.
No fees are collected at this time. No restrooms or parking are at this location.
2798 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente
Enjoy volleyball, basketball and other beach activities.
During the summer months, a concession building offers fishing gear
rental and sales, food and beverages, and beach supplies.
34550 Pacific Coast Hwy., Dana Point
Doheny State Beach is two parks in one – with camping in
the southern area and day use in the northern area, where
there is a five-acre lawn with picnic facilities and volleyball courts.
Surfing is popular, but is restricted to the north end of the beach.
25300 Dana Pt. Harbor Dr., Dana Point
the entire coastline. Swimming, body surfing, sunbathing and
tidepool exploration are other beach activities.
2 Ritz Carlton Dr., Dana Point
One of the most beautiful as well as historic portions of our beautiful
Orange County coast, as well as the site for the filming of many
Hollywood films. These inviting coves and the beautiful Whale Island
make this one of Orange County’s most scenic places.
Shell Cove is particularly known for seashell hunting.
10 N. La Senda Dr., Laguna Beach
There aren’t really a thousand steps, it just seems like it by the time you’ve hiked
up them all. The surfing is great and the beach is relatively uncrowded
(probably due to the stairs you have to climb just to get there).
The beach is partially rocky with many tidepools for exploring.
31950 9th Ave., Laguna Beach
Features sandy beaches, rocky promontories, and scenic coastal
foothills. Swimming, surfing, skin diving and paddle boarding all take
place in the waters off Aliso. Fishing is also a popular pastime.
31190 Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach
Perhaps one of the funnest beaches in the County.
The Beach is across the street from downtown Laguna Beach.
Swimming and Vollyball are popular activities. This beach is probably
most famous for the wooden boardwalk, a favorite among
Orange County romantics.
200 Broadway, Laguna Beach
Activities include skin boarding, volleyball, skin and scuba diving, and is
in fact a favorite spot for divers in Orange County. Seals and sea lions playing
on Seal Rock are a popular attraction at this local favorite.
1 Crescent Bay Dr., Laguna Beach