Bluebird Park Cress St & Bluebird Canyon Dr, Laguna Beach, CA92651
This is one of the few parks in Laguna Beach that doesn't allow dogs (except hot dogs charring away on the barbecue…More grills, of course), but there is still plenty to keep at least the two-legged mammals busy. With picnic tables, great playgrounds, basketball courts, water fountains, benches, cool public art and a strict no-smoking policy, the park is a pristine place to waste away a perfectly wonderful day.</p>
Laguna Beach Artists' Theater 625 Park Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna Beach Artists' Theater is located on the campus of Laguna Beach High School. Built in 1932, the facility hosts a…More wide range of events including musical performances, lectures, theater and more. The 450-seat theater features great acoustics and renovated seating.
Crescent Bay Inn 1435 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Crescent Bay Inn is an affordable hotel that is located one mile from downtown Laguna Beach and one block from the…More beach. Close to Crescent Bay beach and park, this hotel has great access for scuba diving, rock fishing, surfing, mountain biking and a large variety of popular beach side activities. Ocean views are available from many of its rooms and weekly rates are available. Many art galleries, shops and restaurants surround Crescent Bay Inn. Reservations should be made as early as possible and off-season rates are substantially lower.
Moss Street Beach Moss St & Ocean Way, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna residents enjoy snorkeling in the waters near Moss Street. There is a rock reef on one side of the beach that is…More nice to walk through. The waves here can get pretty rough, but when the weather is calmer, it makes for a great hangout. Moss Street Beach is in the midst of a residential neighborhood, so it is important to be courteous. There are very few spaces to park, and the entrance is located near the fenced-in sign reading Moss Point.