Laguna Beach is a combination of many things that makes it great place to live in. Whether you are just visiting, you just moved in or you’ve been born and raised there, don’t hesitate to explore and discover Laguna Beach because there are a tons of activities that are waiting for you to take pleasure in.
You don’t need to wait for Saturday to enjoy the nightlife in Laguna Beach. If you love grooving to the bats of live reggae music, get ready to jive with the crowd at the Sandpiper or the “Dirty Bird” every Thursday!
Treasure Island Park
If you love parks, then you may enjoy the pristine park that overlooks Laguna’s most beautiful coast. Located on the grounds of the five-star Montage Laguna Beach, Treasure Island Park can also offer you a good time as you enjoy a picnic on the grass while you watch the waves or when you enjoy some art lesson on the cliffs.
Festival of Arts
Art lovers will certainly rejoice at the Festival of Arts. This fine art show will be featuring artworks originally made by 140 of Southern California’s renowned artists. This is where you will find unique works of art, entertainment and a wide variety of special events.
Jazz Wednesdays give you a chance to appreciate and take pleasure in a live jazz concert in an intimate setting. Here you won’t just enjoy the music from world-class musicians, you will enjoy good food as well.
Laguna Craft Guild
The Laguna Craft Guild supports shows in the downtown area on the Main Beach cobblestones every other Sunday. Their purpose in holding this outdoor event is to feature local Laguna artists and their arts and crafts.
Play Volleyball & Basketball at Main Beach
If you want to enjoy a pickup game, then what are you waiting for? Grab your sunscreen and play volleyball or basketball at Main Beach Park. It is located in the heart of downtown and it features wo half-court basketball courts and sand volleyball courts which is available to the public.
Explore Sea Life in Diver’s Cove
If you feel like exploring the beauty under the sea, you can go to Diver’s cove. It is known to be a great spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. Diver’s Cove is located next to Picnic Beach, just North of Main Beach where you can rent a snorkel, mask and fins if you don’t have any.
View a Sunset from Crescent Bay Park
Do you want to go skimboarding, body surfing and tide pooling? You can do all these at the Crescent Bay. It’s known to be Laguna’s northernmost stop because you can do a lot of seaside activities and then be able to relax as you watch the sun set over the blue waters.
Check out Seal Rock
Seal Rock is the place you want to go if you want to check out barking seals. The name itself was derived from the seals and sea lions that live there. It’s only 120 yards off the shore of Crescent Bay.
Thousand Steps Beach
This may be the perfect location for you and your loved one. Thousand Steps Beach is an intimate cove featuring views of some of the area’s most magnificent private homes, it’s a great spot to reimagine your future with your lover or your spouse. Thousand Steps Beach is not just known for the 230 steps that feel like a thousand, it’s also one of Laguna’s hot surf spots and is also known for sand volleyball.