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Heisler Park
#1 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This park set atop a cliff is an amazing guy place to walk, admire panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean (especially at sunset), while appreciating beautiful flowers and statues integrated so well into the landscape.
The park is on a bluff overlooking the Pacific, and is filled with a wonderful variety of plants and trees, both native and imported, along with items of outdoor art that are bold, humorous, and joyful.
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Crescent Bay Point Park
#2 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
After Our Boat Trip Of Whale Watching, My Mom Myself Sister & Her Boyfriend Stopped At Crescent Bay Point Park Amazing Beautiful Place Panoramic Views.
The neighborhood around Crescent Bay Point Park consists of very pricey and exceptionally beautiful homes, all so skillfully landscaped and professionally maintained.
Crystal Cove State Park
#3 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
You can reach the hikes best from the southern parking lot, and there is a great variety -- short nature walks that are accessible and family-friendly, short jaunts on fairly flat ground, strenuous day hikes that...
Crystal Cove State Park has something for everyone: great shoreline all along the coast, camping at Moro Beach, hiking trails, classic California beach architecture at the historic district, great grub at the Beac...
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Pacific Marine Mammal Center
#4 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is truly amazing to see what they do to rescue these beautiful animals and anyone who is a nature lover will enjoy being this close to them.
After a moment's confusion about where to park, we walked inside and were greeted as though they had been waiting for us.
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1,000 Steps Beach
#5 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
A few tips/tricks - parking can be rough so either go later in the day (around 2p) and park on PCH1 (we've lucked out with this) and walk it, or you can park at the hospital, or you can park in laguna anywhere clo...
Once you encounter the beach, be sure to go to your left and check out the caves, spectacular views, tide pools and all that Nature has to show you.
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Aliso Beach Park
#6 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Aliso has nice parking, affordable priced, and a choice of parking on the beach or across the street in a park like setting along a slough.
This one does not! Park your car and stroll on over to the beach about 100' away.
Main Beach
#7 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is known for its beautiful beaches and arts and crafts.There are some absoloutley amazing lookouts and beaches such as Heisler Park, Main Beach, Treasure Island,Crescent Bay, Thailia Beach just to name a few.
The Beach Boardwalk is quaint, perfect for strolling, & there's a pathway that leads up to Heisler Park on Cliff Drive, a desirable look out area, (below, is a Spot called Rockpile)!
Victoria Beach
#8 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This beach is tucked away! Park on the street on PCH.
Treasure Island Beach
#9 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
At the end of the pathway, you end up at a gorgeous tranquil grass park area, available to the Public with picnic tables & direct beach access to a place called TreasureIslandBeach! You access this PublicBea...
The park itself is beautiful!
Table Rock Beach
#10 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Park on the hwy 1 and walk down the stairs to you paradise.
If your park on the road be careful they don't slow down or merge at all.
Alta Laguna PArk
#11 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
This is a beautiful place with an absolutely gorgeous lookout spot/nature area "the top of the world" where you can see across the canyons to the ocean.
The trails leading from Alta Laguna Park offer amazing views for hikers and bikers.
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Wood's Cove
#12 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
At Mountain View Road, a neighborhood park was established near where the "Boom Boom Room" had its heyday.
Crescent Bay Beach
#13 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It is away from the center of town and located in North Laguna, right before you drive 4 miles north to Newport Beach..... Above this beach is Crescent Bay Point Park and the scenery from this angle is beautiful.....
One of the prettiest spots in Laguna.... nice park, pretty sculptures, good place to watch sunset and people
Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness Park Laguna Niguel 3.6 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Laguna Niguel
Enter the park and instantly you are in the country with deer and birds singing.
If you live in Orange County, get the OC Parks and Beach parking pass.
Glenn E. Vedder Ecological Reserve - Underwater Park and Tidepools
#14 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Excellent place to view nature.
This section is rocky, lies almost below the Gazebo, and is located at that point where Main Beach transitions to Heisler Park.
Laguna Coast Wilderness Park
#15 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
That being said, it is a great place to: picnic, read/study (I’m a student so I appreciate the beautiful landscape with a good read), take the kiddos for a nature exploratory day or simply stroll the vibrant trail...
Based on our experience the Laguna Coast Wildnerness Park is a beautiful place to go for a nature walk where you can see many types of animals and plants.
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Laguna Beach Dog Park
#16 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
It was wonderful to be able to take my two dogs to a large park where they could run free in a fenced in area.
There are two areas to the park - one for large dogs and one for small-medium dogs.
Brown's Park
#17 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
As you walk south from downtown on Pacific Coast Highway you will come upon Brown's Park right before the Cliff restaurant.If you get to Legion Street you blinked and need to go back toward town.
We stayed at Laguna Surf and walked past this little park-ette every time we walked to Main Beach and downtown.
Moulton Meadows Park
#18 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Laguna Niguel Regional Park Laguna Niguel 4.3 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Laguna Niguel
The beautiful water creek in the middle of the park The rental open cover picnic areas with tables, water sinks & barbecue grills very spacious Makes you feel like you are far away and at the same time you arte su...
This beautiful park is so under utilized by our community- great walking biking picnicking - family parties- work parties - school parties- USE this park its AWESOME
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Hortense Miller Garden
#19 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
James Dilley Preserve
#20 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Shell Beach Tide Pools La Jolla, CA 4.4 mi away
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in La Jolla
There’s also a beautiful park above the beach with play equipment and cool trees kids were climbing.
fascinating nature to see
Goff Island
#21 of 21 Nature & Parks in Laguna Beach
Salt Creek Beach Dana Point 5.8 mi away
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Dana Point
The park has amazing postcard picture perfect ocean views from above and it is just breathtaking to enjoy.
Beautiful Beach for surfing and bodyboarding, also just to take a swim, ir has some barbecues and a little park with some benches in the grass
Sherman Library & Gardens Corona del Mar 6.6 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Corona del Mar
Simplicity of nature at its best.
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Dana Strands Beach Dana Point 5.0 mi away
#4 of 19 Nature & Parks in Dana Point
Or for a longer hike with hills, you can turn right and continue up the street where it ends at a trailhead for a sandy walk on a narrow trail out to the Headlands, then on to the Nature Center, then down to the s...
Once you get there you pay to park then walk down to the park where you can play with your kids or dogs or just have a picnic.
Corona Del Mar State Beach Corona del Mar 6.4 mi away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Corona del Mar
Pay for parking below, park for free above, has drop off below, Beach has food, bathrooms, showers, volleyball, fire pits, tidepools, rock climbing to smaller beach (Pirate's), bbq grills, grassy area, harbor entr...
Corona Del Mar Beach Park is a great place to relax, walk, sun and play volleyball and other games.
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The Wedge Newport Beach 6.7 mi away
#4 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newport Beach
The little park & the beautiful views of the boats going in & out on one side and the huge ocean waves crashing on the other side -- makes this a fun unique place to visit.
The park at the entrance to the wedge (just a small stretch of beach) is a great place to relax, sit on a bench or lie on the grass and watch the boats going in and out of the harbor.
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Newport Beach Newport Beach 6.9 mi away
#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Newport Beach
If you enjoy nature walking on this beach is breathtaking saw seals swimming a bald eagle perched high on a cliff and a great walking beach
Best chance to park will be around Balboa Peninsula Point area at the end of the Peninsula!
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