Laguna Beach, California
Activity: Beach’n it: Sun, Fun, & Surf
Laguna Beach has a lot of little coves and beaches it’s not all about Main Beach. There is much more to explore and enjoy. Crescent Bay Beach feels like a little neighborhood beach. It has sort of a private beach feel. It is beautiful, rocky outcropping on both sides, nice (expensive) homes overlooking the beach. There are tide pools if you are there at the right time. Besides that you have swimmers, boogie boarders, sun bathers, the occasional surfer, in other words beach goers
To the North on the cliff above is Crescent Bay Point Park, and to the South is Shaw’s Cove. You can’t go wrong in Laguna the beaches and coves are all fantastic.
The day I was there the surf was high and the couple lifeguards were busy keeping a eye on the surf, the swimmers, and the rip tide.
You can have a bird’s eye view of Crescent Bay Beach from the Crescent Bay Point Park. But you cannot get to the beach from there due to the rugged drop off.
“Beach Rules: Soak up the sun. Ride the waves. Breath the salty air. Feel the breeze. Build sandcastles. Rest, relax, reflect. Collect seashells. Bare-feet required.” Crescent Bay Beach is a great beach loved it!
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Life’s a Beach-
Roger Jenkins, ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’