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#1 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
The park is a gorgeous meandering walk from Las Brisas and the Gazebo to Divers Cove, with breathtaking views, picnic areas, a great view of surfers at Rockpile break and a lovely 911 memorial by artist Jorg Dubin...
The park is on a bluff overlooking the Pacific, and is filled with a wonderful variety of plants and trees, both native and imported, along with items of outdoor art that are bold, humorous, and joyful.
#2 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This small park perched on the point overlooking Crescent Bay and Seal Rock has great views, but it is very much a spiritual place perfect for the romantic marriage proposal, small wedding ceremony or memorial ser...
Laguna Beach is my favorite place to visit, and Crescent Bay Point Park is just one of the lovely parks to experience!
#3 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Crystal Cove State Park has something for everyone: great shoreline all along the coast, camping at Moro Beach, hiking trails, classic California beach architecture at the historic district, great grub at the Beac...
Reminiscent of a simpler time, 46 1930-1950's's era beach cottages, 3.2 miles of rugged natural coastline, and 2,400 acres of undeveloped backcountry trails make up Crystal Cove State Park situated smack dab betwe...
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#4 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is truly amazing to see what they do to rescue these beautiful animals and anyone who is a nature lover will enjoy being this close to them.
It takes less than an hour and be prepared to park on gravel.
#5 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
A few tips/tricks - parking can be rough so either go later in the day (around 2p) and park on PCH1 (we've lucked out with this) and walk it, or you can park at the hospital, or you can park in laguna anywhere clo...
Turn up the hill(away from the ocean) and park on the street.
#6 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
The beach park is pristine, but the drop at the shoreline is steep, so the wave break hard.
This beach park is very nice!
#7 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is known for its beautiful beaches and arts and crafts.There are some absoloutley amazing lookouts and beaches such as Heisler Park, Main Beach, Treasure Island,Crescent Bay, Thailia Beach just to name a few.
The Beach Boardwalk is quaint, perfect for strolling, & there's a pathway that leads up to Heisler Park on Cliff Drive, a desirable look out area, (below, is a Spot called Rockpile)!
#8 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This beach is tucked away! Park on the street on PCH.
#9 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
One of the best places for a romantic stroll at sunset is Treasure Island Park in Laguna Beach.
The park itself is beautiful!
#10 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is a must to visit and you can park close by and walk down the steps to the view of paradise!
Park on the hwy 1 and walk down the stairs to you paradise.
#11 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This park at the famous Top of the World offers play for children of all ages and a wonderful view of Saddleback and, with a short walk, the Pacific.
Outside of Hiesler Park, the Top of World Lookout, accessible through Alta Laguna Park, has the best views of the area.
#12 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is away from the center of town and located in North Laguna, right before you drive 4 miles north to Newport Beach..... Above this beach is Crescent Bay Point Park and the scenery from this angle is beautiful.....
One of the prettiest spots in Laguna.... nice park, pretty sculptures, good place to watch sunset and people
#13 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Easy to reach from from the 5, easy to park, beautiful, and the trails have something to offer for easy to intermediate hikes.
It ended up being around a two hour round trip but there are plenty more trails to explore.. Check out the "Ghost" rock formation for a great laugh as mother nature shows her sense of humour!
Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park Laguna Niguel 5.9 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Laguna Niguel
Great nature with easy access from roads and city centers.
Beautiful Wilderness Park.
#14 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Incredible tidal pools, nature up close and in person.
I've been here for 40 years and still love Heisler Park.
#15 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Best Dog park ever.
There are two areas to the park - one for large dogs and one for small-medium dogs.
#16 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
#18 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
As you walk south from downtown on Pacific Coast Highway you will come upon Brown's Park right before the Cliff restaurant.If you get to Legion Street you blinked and need to go back toward town.
Wrecked by El Nino in 1998, the owners transformed the site to the small public park it is today.
#19 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Laguna Niguel Regional Park Laguna Niguel 6.9 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Laguna Niguel
We are so happy that we live near this wonderful regional park, which features several tennis courts, several pavilions that can be rented for community or private picnics, a walking trail around the man-made lake...
The regional park is great for hiking, jogging, bike riding, dog walking, family gatherings a FC group picnics.
Shell Beach Tide Pools La Jolla, CA 7.1 km away
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in La Jolla
Don't forget that La Jolla only allows you to park two hours before getting a ticket....so don't linger too long.
#21 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Salt Creek Beach Dana Point 9.3 km away
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Dana Point
... into the surf allowing for a walk in the water, with varying surf breaks, surf fishing, dolphin sightings, views of Catalina and San Clemente Islands, coastal bluffs, and the ability to get lost in nature.
A popular destination for South Orange County residents, it features amenities such as a halfcourt basketball court, beach volleyball, and a seven-acre grassy Bluff Park, and offers opportunities for surfing, swim...
Sherman Library & Gardens Corona del Mar 10.6 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Corona del Mar
Walking, picture taking, nature and then some food afterwards.
Corona Del Mar State Beach Corona del Mar 10.4 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Corona del Mar
It has pirates cove connected to the park which in it self a very scenic and secluded..The beach is very wide and deep with big waves and surfers with nice sand and paid parking steps from beach or free parking on...
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The Wedge Newport Beach 10.8 km away
#4 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newport Beach
The little park & the beautiful views of the boats going in & out on one side and the huge ocean waves crashing on the other side -- makes this a fun unique place to visit.
The park at the entrance to the wedge (just a small stretch of beach) is a great place to relax, sit on a bench or lie on the grass and watch the boats going in and out of the harbor.
Newport Beach Newport Beach 11.0 km away
#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newport Beach
Park your car at the old Civic Center and walk from 32nd street to Newport Pier and if you are feeling energetic then continue your walk to the Balboa Pier! Lots of things to see on your walk.
We stayed in a rental that was so nice and rented biked that we used to go everywhere.. we went to dinner in the car one night to javierres so amazing think its off crystal cove near the state park!! food and drin...
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Little Corona Beach Corona del Mar 9.6 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Corona del Mar
Yes, it's a pain to park for, the walk is difficult (to and especially from), but sitting on this beach watching your kids frolic in the waves is heavenly.
As for this expert swimmer, I found the place a little like a park.