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.
Laguna Beach Dog Park 20672 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach, CA92651 This is Laguna's only dog park. It has separate fenced areas for large and small dogs. Plenty of poop bags are…More available, as well as water bowls, tennis balls and benches for you to relax on as you watch your furry friends run around the two acres of green grass. For info on the latest goings-on at the park, check out the Friends of the Laguna Beach Dog Park site at http://www.lbdogpark.org/.
Mark A. Judy, D.M.D. 330 Park Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Dr. Mark Judy offers general dentistry services to residents of Laguna Beach. Call the number provided for more…More information.
Aliso Beach Aliso & Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Aliso Beach is one of Laguna's more popular shore points. The entrance is marked by a stone sign and a large parking…More lot. The parking lot is not free, but the fee is only a dollar an hour. This is a very popular beach for swimmers and surfers. Aliso Beach has a kids' playground, tables and fire pits. Diving in the reef on the east side of the beach is very popular too.
Jon L Parker DDS Inc 330 Park Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Dr. Jon L Parker offers general dentistry services for the Laguna Beach community. Please call to schedule an…More appointment.
City of Laguna Beach Police Department 505 Forest Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 The City of Laguna Beach Police Department helms law enforcement, training, DARE programs, animal services, park…More citations and identity theft investigations. It was founded by Abe W. Johnson, who was designated Chief of Police in 1927.
Laguna Beach High School 625 Park Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna Beach High School has been the home of the Breakers since 2003; before that its sports teams were known as the…More Artists. The school offers stunning ocean views and seemingly endless sunshine. It also has steel, seashell-shaped stoppers designed to prevent skateboarders from grinding against the school's concrete edges.
Laguna Beach Community Services / Parks and Recreation 515 Forest Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 The Community Services division of Laguna Beach supervises seasonal recreation programs for seniors, adults and…More children. Classes may include martial arts, aquatics, dance, photography, tennis, dog training and sailing, among others. Community Services also grants wedding, film and alcohol permits.
Laguna Visions Optometry 330 Park Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna Visions Optometry is the office of Dr. Susan Hartley. In addition to eye exams, Laguna Visions offers clients…More access to their optical shop that carries a wide assortment of frames and contact lenses.
Rockpile Beach 380 Cliff Dr, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Rockpile beach is located in a quiet corner at the south end of Heisler Park. It is one of Laguna Beach's designated…More surfer beaches so swimming and body boarding is not permitted here. The waters here are almost entirely filled with rock and entering and exiting can prove very difficult. Climbing throughout the rocks and watching the tides on a lazy winter afternoon can be enjoyable at Rockpile.
No Square Theater P.O. Box 823, Laguna Beach, CA92652 Laguna Beach's non-profit community theater, locally famous for its annual "Lagunatics" production, featuring irreverent…More salutes and spoofs delivered in the form of stage musicals. Though there is no permanent theater, performances are usually given at Legion Hall (pictured; 384 Legion St.), the Artists Theater on the campus of Laguna Beach High School (625 Park Ave.) and the Forum Theater on the grounds of the Pageant of the Masters (650 Laguna Canyon Rd.).
Main Beach Park N Coast Hwy & Broadway St, Laguna Beach, CA92651 It's a park! It's a beach! It's a park and a beach! Main Beach Park (and its sandier accompanying twin, Main…More 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?
Laguna Village Arts & Flowers 577 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 This outdoor mall has many artsy shops, a restaurant and an event area. All-inclusive wedding packages are available…More with panoramic views of Laguna Beach and the Pacific Ocean. Valet parking is always available and this mall is pet friendly.
Heisler Park Cliff Dr & Jasmine St, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Considered the most popular park in Laguna Beach, Heisler Park offers stunning views of the cliffs above the beach, with…More crashing waves below. With such scenic beauty, it's no wonder so many couples choose to get married in the park's gazebo. It provides views of the southern coastline and the downtown village. The area is also admired by the throngs who pack the bar at Las Brisas for an afternoon cocktail, or those who stroll through after taking in the latest show at the Laguna Art Museum.
Cricketts Coiffures 1750 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Cricketts Coiffures is a hair salon located on the second floor of the Royal Thai Cuisine business plaza. Blow dry,…More wash, color and haircuts are all available with an appointment. The salon is located close to downtown Laguna Beach and near many shops and restaurants. A large free parking lot is alongside the mall and at the beach, free parking is a real bonus.
Laguna Terrace Park is a sprawling trailer park area set on a series of rolling hills, located off of South…More Coast Highway. It's a remnant of the quirky, eclectic old Laguna. Both part-time and full-time residents have been making their homes in the 158, custom-built, ranch style double-wide units for many years.
The park features ocean views, a short walking distance to a number of beautiful beaches, and a neighborly atmosphere. This trailer park community is conveniently located and within walking distance of the Treasure Island Shopping Center, which has an Albertson's, Starbuck's, Aliso Beach Animal Clinic, and others. The longstanding management here is undertaking a shift from rentals to a mix of rental and ownership of the units.
Laguna North Neighborhood Organization 1620 Louise St, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Laguna North Neighborhood Organization (LANO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life…More for local residents. It advocates for sidewalks, the building of parks and parking and improved traffic flow.
Moulton Meadows Park Balboa Ave & Capistrano Ave, Laguna Beach, CA92651 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.
Seacliff Laguna Inn 1661 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA92651 Seacliff Laguna Inn is just steps from the beach and has a large parking lot for guests. Many of the rooms have ocean…More views, and some have balconies. This boutique hotel has in-suite kitchenettes, high-speed internet, complementary coffee and pastries, an outdoor pool and a business center. Seacliff Laguna Inn is a pet- friendly and eco-friendly establishment. Laguna Beach's finest restaurants, shops and art galleries are a short walk from the hotel. For trips through the town, guests can always use the free trolley.
Fanatical musicologists may be heard humming the Kinks' "Village Green Preservation Society" while making use of this…More semi-hidden park (hidden, at least, to the hordes of motorists hurtling past on Coast Highway a mere block away) in South Laguna, and so will you, with its barbecue grills, picnic tables, benches, water fountains and playground equipment. As with most parks in Laguna Beach, leashed dogs are also welcome.