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Aliso Beach Park, Laguna Beach

Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • I absolutely loved Aliso Beach!! During my trip to the Dana Point/Laguna Beach area, I visited about 10 Beaches (Del Mar, Victoria Beach, Main Beach, Newport Beach, Baby Beach, Salt Creek Beach, etc.)...  read more »
  • Aliso Beach is located on the south side of Laguna Beach. This is the only beach in town with actual parking lot. 
  • This beach was easy to find, convenient to park at, and very clean. We had a great time getting sunrise photos and enjoyed the quiet beach in the morning. 
  • I can't even imagine anything that can compare to this beach. One of best beaches I have ever been to. Water was so clean. Scenery was amazing. Something straight out of a traveling guide. Parking was very convenient. Only down side was that I didn't find a bathroom facility near by. There were showers though. Would definitely visit this beach again when I return to Ca.
  • Beach with nice views and the ability to have fires. There is plenty of cheap paid parking in s lot right next to the beach and there is free parking nearby. Unfortunately the beach is fairly small which leads to it being very crowded. There is also a playground nearby which is nice for children.
  • Beautiful public beach. Parking is expensive $1/h if you don't have a yearly pass. There is some free parking you can find on the street (PCH) but it's limited and fills fast. Dog's can come leashed all day except summer, then dogs are prohibited 9am-6pm. Love it here
  • The waves get crazy high at night so be careful of where you set up camp. There are 5 + 2 fire pits, 5 of them are obvious and the other 2 are tucked away by the cove. The tidepools are nice when the sun just begins to set and the tides pick up towards the rocks. The water is quite cold year round though, so it is more for relaxing and less of swimming.
  • Best beach I've been to so far. The water is really blue & the sand is really clean. Also, I love the parking just have to pay $1/hour & the distance from the parking lot to the beach is a 4min walk. The only thing that I didn't really like is that there are not much showers available... other than that, I loved Aliso Beach Park :)
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