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This is a great activity on a warm day/evening. The area is well-kept and clean. Shoreline Village is close, and has food/shopping/ice cream. Parking is a bit on the expensive side, but worth the money.
The city of Long Beach have done themselves proud with their bike ride system along the beach and shoreline. One can never tire of pedaling around the area taking in all the sights. Pack a lunch and make a day of casual cycling, sitting and...More
The shoreline is nice to walk around a bit. Personally I like Venice Beach better, it has more character and I suppose is more well knows. At the end of the path you will find the Belmont Memorial pier. A little disappointing, it has become...More
My favorite spot for an early morning run. The path extends from the L.A. River entrance above the Queen Mary all the way to the peninsula. about 7 miles. It's lovely and well maintained. Paths are even and clean, and there are separate ones for...More
I am a local /born and raised .I have been riding bikes in LB for over 55 years..from my Stingray to carbon fiber, a handmade tandem and currently a Townie.I KNOW this path.
With the new'/ "2 path system" and more users following rules, the...More
You can ride this bike path from Downey down the L.A. River bike path, through Long Beach and south to Seal Beach. Nice wide path after the Aquarium, along the sand through to Seal Beach. Plenty of places to stop along the way to eat...More
A new pedestrian path has been constructed beside the bike path, making it safer for both pedestrians and bikers. You can take these paths from the Peninsula in the east through Shoreline Village, the Pike, and the Aquarium in the west, past the site where...More
Rent at Wheel Fun Rentals (423 Shoreline Village Dr Long Beach, CA 90802) then ride the waterfront. It's an easy ride on a beautifully-maintained, paved bike path. Kids will love it if you get one of the three-wheel, side-by-side bikes and let the kids steer....More