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Two Harbors

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West End, Catalina Island, CA 90704
+1 310-510-4205
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Great to see the sea both sides !

Great visit with family. It was a short ride but we had fun ! We saw the natura all around and the... read more

Reviewed January 24, 2017
Karim S
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Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
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Amazing place

This place is amazing! You and your family will feel relaxed. The nature here is great. The people... read more

Reviewed December 5, 2016
KaloYanev
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The Village of Two Harbors, located on the west end of Catalina Island where Catalina Harbor and Isthmus Cove are separated by just 1/4 mile. A favorite destination for boaters from the mainland, with 720 moorings, pier and shore boat service. The village offers two restaurants, two bars, general store, marine repair, PADI certified SCUBA, snorkeling, kayak and Mt. bike rentals. There is also a large campground and a lodge.
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West End, Catalina Island, CA 90704
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Reviewed January 24, 2017 via mobile

Great visit with family. It was a short ride but we had fun ! We saw the natura all around and the sea on both sides !

Thank Karim S
Reviewed December 5, 2016

This place is amazing! You and your family will feel relaxed. The nature here is great. The people are amazing, too. My advice is: Go there and have a break!

Thank KaloYanev
Reviewed August 18, 2016

Two Harbors is primarily a boater and camper destination, but it does have one small (eleven unit) lodge, plus a couple of vacation homes. For boaters in southern California, there is no better destination, period! Twelve pristine coves with boat moorings, and a total of...More

2  Thank doug o o
Reviewed July 23, 2016

A perfect visit and camp trip. Every staff member we met were pleasant, friendly and in great moods. They were happy. They made us feel welcome and happy as well. Yes it was Hot!, Yes, the Hornets were a hassle! I got stung...but we worked...More

1  Thank SeaweedSara
Reviewed June 26, 2016

We spent a great night here in earlier June. The forecast was for low 60's, fog and light wind. Not great for sailing but we pressed on and came anyway. The place was empty, just the way we liked it. Paddled boarded along the outer...More

Thank riverpeople
Reviewed December 31, 2015

Stayed here in December at the Banning House. I chose this spot because I wanted a quiet environment where I didn’t have to interact with many people, a place my wife and I could just relax and enjoy the scenery. There are really two areas...More

5  Thank adcjones
Reviewed October 18, 2015

It was our first visit this year and we decided then it wouldn't be our last. We were there 5 days and in 5 days we saw maybe 15 people the whole time. We felt like we had the whole island to ourselves, very romantic...More

4  Thank 1980Sightseer
Reviewed October 7, 2015 via mobile

If you're looking for a weekend escape from LA you should checkout Two Harbors on Catalina Island which is accessible via short boat ride from San Pedro, Marina Del Rey or Orange County. The more built up city of Avalon gets most of the attention...More

1  Thank csimmons14
Reviewed September 14, 2015

I know Two Harbors is a one horse town. One Store, One Outside Bar, One Inside Bar, One Fine Dinning restaurant, One Snake Shack. and lastly One B&B (The Banning House) I go To relax, swim, eat and, chat a lot with friends, Most of...More

Thank Keith M
Reviewed August 20, 2015

one of my favorite places to camp - we try to come once a year... it's only an hour ferry ride from mainland LA but when you arrive you feel like your in another world. the waters are pristine and great hiking. there's a great...More

Thank 3TravelMonkeys
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