- Our list of the best things to do in Seal Beach, California, features the top 1122 nearby activities — including 399 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Creative Canvas 140 Main Street, Seal Beach, CA MoreLess Info
From the merchant: Paint, relax and enjoy with cocktail and a paintbrush Creative Canvas is sure to please
Located near the California Coast and the waters of Seal Beach, the Seal Beach Tennis Center offers tennis court rentals to the public seven days a week. Home to sixteen courts, the center also offers Pickleball and a fitness center.
Located less than a half mile from the coastal waters of Seal Beach is the charming Main Street Wine Cellar. The eatery and wine cellar offers tapas and small plates to enjoy along with their wide selection of wines.
Uniquely developed through groves of eucalyptus trees, Gum Grove Park winds through ten acres between Seal Beach and the Los Cerritos wetlands. Nature trails provide access points for wildlife and bird watching along the way.
Clancy's in Seal Beach is a fun place to be for those looking for a place to relax with friends and enjoy a few drinks. Patrons enjoy watching sporting events, chatting with friendly bartenders, or simply people watching.
100% 2 votes
800 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740 MoreLess Info
Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge is 911 acres of saltwater marsh that provides essential habitat for three endangered species and is home to many more. There is one free public tour a month and reservations are required.
A 1.9-acre venue, Marina Center Park offers visitors a place to unwind and pursue recreational activities. The park contains a tot lot, courts to play tennis, basketball and racquetball, and a covered picnic area.
The Seal Beach Community Pool is an outdoor pool facility that offers lap swimming across six lanes. The pool itself is L-shaped and is 25 yards long with open swimming sessions throughout the week during its open season.
57% 21 votes
194 Marina Dr.Suite 101., Long Beach, CA 90803 MoreLess Info
Corks Away Wine Cruises out of Long Beach, CA. offers a private sailing cruise around from Altamitos Bay to Treasure Island and around the grape vines of Naples, CA. Several wines and appetizers are included