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All reviews people watching volleyball nets children's playground lifeguard tower across the street basketball court grassy area board walk classic california shopping and restaurants downtown laguna lots of shops heisler park public restrooms tide pools art galleries clams
The surf, the light, the differing ages. From newborn to wheelchairs, the Boardwalk will welcome all. Volleyball and Basketball courts, games until darkness makes it nearly impossible to continue. Winter, kids in the water, how can they be that cold, yet they are laughing and...More
It’s all centered here. Food, fun, volleyball babes in brief bikinis. What more do you need? Watch the sunset. Walk on the beach. People watch as they watch you. Start your walking tour at the lifeguard tower. Recommended.
Main Beach is the largest and best-known beach in Laguna Beach. It is basically a tourist beach; in other words, most locals opt for the harder-to-access and more secluded (and therefore less crowded) beaches like 1,000 Steps and Wood’s Cove, especially during the summer season....More
We spent half day on Main beach in the second week of September. Water was not very cold, so you can swim. But waves were comparatively strong, so your first steps in and out can be challenging. The beach has only one restroom where you...More
It is a beautiful town. The surfing and boogie boarding are awesome. There are tide pools with lots of little fish and crabs. The restaurants are excellent. The town provides a free trolly Friday evenings and on the weekend to get around. There are a...More
Response from Susan Haines L | Reviewed this property |
September is often the warmest month of the year. It will be amazing. Make sure your resort has air conditioning as a few of the older ones do not. If you are ocean front you wont need it with the breeze.