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Stayed here for a week in the summer of 2018 with extended family in several age groups and absolutely loved it. Amazing beach, also loved the bay side and being able to see everything from the sea. Lovely houses, great to take a morning run...More
Been to Los Angeles many times but first time to Newport beach and it was very impressive!
Many restuarants and great place for running as they have a 5+ mile boardwalk!
The sunsets are AMAZING! And they have firepita on the beach if you want...More
We stopped by the beach while in town for a wedding on 09/28. The area we were at was deserted, very few folks on the beach. Fronting the beach is a nice asphalt walking, jogging, biking path. The beach is very expansive and clean with...More
Newport beach is a wonderful beach to relax and sit or to surf, body surf or use the boogey boards. Water was warm, lots of people, felt safe and it was clean except for public washrooms. Stay away from them. The stores and restaurants have...More
Me and the Wife wanted a "GetAway" from the Hustle and Bustle of the College and Work life. Being Recent Grads we decided to just stay local and celebrate our latest accomplishment - GRADUATING with our B.A.s! We wanted to have fun, but at the...More
Newport Beach is a popular wealthy resort town attracting tourists from all over the world. With 8 Islands and a Peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, it is known for its luxury yacht boat harbor, oceanfront and bay front properties with docks, Balboa Island Ferry,...More
Newport Beach is a quaint beach town with lots of shops, restaurants, hotels (Bay Shore Hotel is #1), boardwalk and pier. The town is walkable, situated between the ocean and bay, with lots to do and see. Parks, water activities, beautiful wide beach. We enjoyed...More
44th and River should be just a couple blocks to beach. You should be fine with traffic because it's at the end of the peninsula close to PCH. Then you would maybe bike the alley to the boardwalk (on 38th?! I should know... More
44th and River should be just a couple blocks to beach. You should be fine with traffic because it's at the end of the peninsula close to PCH. Then you would maybe bike the alley to the boardwalk (on 38th?! I should know that haha) and you'll be on your way to Newport Pier in no time. Balboa Pier and the Fun zone are just a ways past that. Parking is always a challenge but with patience you should find a spot. Visiting LA, while close, you'll need to avoid rush hour times, but usually its more clear in am going to LA and evening returning from LA than vice versa. Good luck and have fun!
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Book the ticket online to get the cheapest prices and try to avoid weekends .. i guess 2 days at least to visit the whole park if u r quick , but if u want to take mote time and do the rides more than one time then u will... More
Book the ticket online to get the cheapest prices and try to avoid weekends .. i guess 2 days at least to visit the whole park if u r quick , but if u want to take mote time and do the rides more than one time then u will need more time .