- TripBuzz found 496 things to do with kids in or near Laguna Beach, California, including 467 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Clemente, Newport Beach, Dana Point and Anaheim.
- From ClueHoo Private Tours to Laguna Beach, the Laguna Beach area offers 138 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Hiking Trails, Parks and Paddleboarding.
- Famous for it's beaches, scenery, climate, and artistic community, Laguna Beach, California is primarily a tourist city with many year round festivals like Pageant of the Masters and Festival of the Arts and large events such as Art-A-Fair and the Kelpfest. The Wilderness Park and El Morro canyon are natural sites to explore outdoors; popular water sports include surfing, scuba diving, and skim boarding.
ClueHoo Private Tours is a service that allows its guests to tour the city in a unique and entertaining way. Each tour is an urban scavenger hunt that gives visitors the opportunity to explore the city during it.
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Ninth Ave and Pacific Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651 MoreLess Info
1,000 Steps Beach is an isolated beach, and it is always almost empty, especially because the visitor has to climb down more than 200 steps until reaching it. It has a bathroom, a shower and a counter-top.
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9th Ave & Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, CA 92652 MoreLess Info
Thousand Steps Beach is a public beach at the bottom of a 230 step staircase across from the Pacific Coast Highway. The beautiful sandy beach has arches and a hidden cave at the south end, accessible only at low-tide.
Surrounded by scenic cliffs, Crescent Bay Beach provides visitors with opportunities for swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, and more. During low tide, visitors can walk out to tide pools to view sea anemones and other creatures.
Treasure Island Beach offers a range of popular activities including swimming, skin and scuba diving, tide pooling and other beach activities. The beach features a mostly sand bottom with shorebreak type surf that can become large with numerous rip currents.
El Moro Trails & Crystal Cove State Beach includes 3.5 miles of beach and trails ranging from 3 to 9 miles. The beach is popular with boarders, fisherman and kayakers while there are trails for novice and advanced hikers.