Visit Gay Laguna Beach

Welcome to Gay Laguna. We are getting ready for you this summer... Yes Laguna Beach has a GAY beach...the best Gay Beach on the West Coast of the USA. We have the best food and world class accommodations. Laguna Beach is the new "must do" destination for ALL the LGBT travelers from close by Los Angeles, San Diego, Palm Springs and Long Beach to the international travelers the world over!  

What to do in Gay Laguna!

HIT THE BEACH

West Street Beach that is... Hop on the free trolley from wherever you are in Laguna Beach to the West Street trolley stop. Descend the stairs, and on the north end of the beach you will find a bevy of LGBT. They will be playing volley ball, listening to music, eating lunch, sunbathing, body surfing, and people watching just to name a few activities. When you are ready to move on, just grab the trolley again, they operate every day in the summer and until 11 PM! 

BIKING AND HIKING

If you enjoy hiking (or biking), you will want to try to hike to the “Top of the World”, aka Alta Laguna Park. With more than 30 miles of dirt roads and trails set above the village and offering spectacular views as it winds past canyons, ridges, woodlands and creeks. The park’s four trails extend from the West Ridge and offer loops of varying lengths.

SURFING

Surfing is very popular in Laguna Beach and there are several surf shops around town that rent equipment and provide lessons - so no excuses not to try it! Because we have so many coves here in Laguna Beach, there are plenty of opportunities for beginners to learn how to surf before hitting the bigger waves. Click here for a list of surf shops and beaches that allow surfing. BTW, if you are here during Memorial Day weekend, be sure to check out The Spring Fever Surfabout. This one-day surf contest is held at Thalia Street and is a great event for the whole family.

SKIMBOARDING

Another popular sport is skimboarding; in fact, Laguna Beach actually founded the sport of skimboarding during the 1920s when Laguna Beach lifeguards began skimboarding on pieces of wood. This is a highly technical sport, so lessons are recommended if you are a newbie. For inspiration, plan a visit during August 29th and 30th and watch the competition at Aliso Beach during the World Championship of Skimboarding. The event is broadcast live and features the best skimboarders from around the world - definitely the place to be if you are a fan of the sport!​

SCUBA DIVING

​If you enjoy scuba diving, you are in luck! Just fifty feet deep and approximately two hundred yards offshore at Cleo Street Beach lies a shipwreck, the Foss 125 aka “The Cleo Street Barge” that is now home to an abundance of underwater sea creatures. The Foss 125 sunk in 1958 and is still in pretty good condition and a great photo opportunity. Shaw's Cove is a popular spot for beginning divers to develop their skills and explore the reef structures, but should be avoided during times of high surf.

SNORKELING

Both Crescent Bay and Shaw's Cove offer good spots for snorkeling on both on the north and south sides of the beaches. You should see garibaldi, big sea stars, sea urchins, rockfish, sandbass, perch and eelgrass; if you are lucky, you may even see rays and small leopard sharks there as well.

PICNIC LUNCH IN THE PARK

There is a reason that Heisler Park is ranked first place as the thing to do in Laguna Beach by TripAdvisor! With its spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean from the bluffs, picture-perfect landscape, palm trees and unique gazebos that serve as lookout points along the winding walking paths, Heisler Park has been described as Paradise on Earth.

The seashore in Heisler Park is framed by cliffs with stairways and ramps providing access to the beaches. Monument Point, a rocky outcrop in the center of the park that extends into the sea, divides the beaches into two sections: Picnic Beach and Rock Pile.

Picnic Beach lies below the cliffs and the narrow sandy beach is used for sunbathing and swimming.

Rock Pile (pictured) is a small semi-circular bay and is one of the three official surf areas of Laguna Beach.

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West Street Beach that is... Hop on the free trolley from wherever you are in Laguna Beach to the West Street trolley stop. Descend the stairs, and on the north end of the beach you will find a bevy of LGBT. They will be playing volley ball, listening to music, eating lunch, sunbathing, body surfing, and people watching just to name a few activities. When you are ready to move on, just grab the trolley again, they operate every day in the summer and until 11 PM! 

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Laguna Beach, Orange County 92651
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