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Main Beach Park
N Coast Hwy & Broadway St, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
It's a park! It's a beach! It's a park and a beach! Main Beach Park (and its sandier accompanying twin, MainMore Beach) are the visual centerpieces of downtown Laguna, and how could they not be? Sunshine, surf, sand, shirtless bodies playing basketball and volleyball -- these sights will tell your out-of-state relatives that, yes indeed, they're in California. Our favorite attribute: check out the tables with embedded chess boards. Who's ready for a checkmate smackdown?
Moulton Meadows Park
Balboa Ave & Capistrano Ave, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Moulton Meadows Park is one of Laguna Beach's larger city parks, with soccer fields, basketball courts, barbecue grills,More picnic tables, dog waste bag dispensers and a lot of green grass. It also has fitness trails.
Bluebird Park
Cress St & Bluebird Canyon Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

This is one of the few parks in Laguna Beach that doesn't allow dogs (except hot dogs charring away on the barbecueMore 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.

 

 

Boat Canyon Park
Hillcrest Dr & High Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
This park's canyon actually is boat-shaped. This is a nice, relaxing neighborhood park ensconced in palm andMore eucalyptus trees. Its normally serene environment is broken only occasionally by the sound of cracking bats and cheering teams, as its centerpiece, Riddle Field, happens to be the home of the Laguna Beach Little League. The park also has a well-kept playground and a basketball court.
Swanson Park
N Coast Hwy & Emerald Bay, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Swanson Park is a private park for residents of the Emerald Bay community only, so unless you live there (or have a goodMore hook-up), you won't get in. From the online satellite photos, though, we can tell you they have several tennis courts, a full basketball court and some well-kept green space.
Lang Park
Coast Hwy & Wesley Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
An amazing ocean view makes Lang Park one of the finer jewels in a city parks system that's loaded with diamonds. AMore gorgeous grass field, a tennis court, a basketball court, picnic tables and intriguing public sculptures (what are those hoop-shaped thingamabobs, anyway?) all converge to create a sanctuary for your soul.
Main Beach
N Coast Hwy & Broadway St, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Main Beach is the closest beach to the downtown area. It is perhaps more popular for this reason. There are lots ofMore restaurants and boutiques near the corner of Coast Hwy. and Broadway. Lots of traffic and walking locals surround the area from Starbucks heading south. There is a basketball court at the north end of the beach where lots of adults and teens play. This beach is great for parents and their little ones. There are public restrooms and showers. At night you can find couples stolling along waterfront walkway or eating at one of the many waterfront restaurants. There are also bike paths, walk paths and a volleyball set up.