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Surfing Beaches in Orange County, California

 
 
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If you are looking for lodging for your next OC beach vacation or surf safari, KillerOrange gives you the ability to shop for the best deal. Click on the Orange County, California beach city of your choice to check hotel or motel availability: Costa Mesa   Dana Point   Huntington Beach   Laguna Beach   Newport Beach   San Clemente   San Juan Capistrano   Seal Beach If you are looking for something else to do while you are in the OC, don't forget to check out our Things to do around Orange County Cities page for many wonderful ideas!  
Balboa Pier Beach 
 
 
Surfing, Bike Trail, Fishing, Skate Trail, Volleyball, Lifeguard.  Newport Beach
CdM - Corona del Mar State Beach 
 
 
"Corona del Mar State Beach is a popular place for swimmers. The half-mile long sandy beach framed by cliffs and a rock jetty that forms the east entrance to Newport Harbor. The beach is also popular with surfers and divers."  Corona del Mar
Dana Point - Salt Creek Beach 
 
 
"Salt Creek Park Provides South County residents access to 18 acres of public beaches. The park consists of landscaped parking facility, sandy beaches, rocky promontories, and sheer cliffs. The original ravine canyon locally known as Salt Creek, makes the northerly boundary of the beach. Grading and landscaping have been completed in such a manner as to blend with the natural features, leaving the beach and cliff area basically undisturbed."  Dana Point
Huntington - Sunset Beach 
 
 
"Located in close proximity to large centers of population, Sunset beach draws thousands of visitors annually. Its 45 acre beach, approximately 627 space parking lot, public restrooms and playground combine to provide visitor accommodations."  Huntington Beach
Laguna - Aliso Beach 
 
 
"Aliso Beach Park features sandy beaches, rocky promontories, and scenic coastal foothills. These geological features combine to form one of the most recreationally appealing areas along the entire California coast. The park consists of two sections, the beach itself and an inland area surrounded by native coastal chaparral. Aliso Creek winds its way down from the Laguna foothills and empties into the sea. A marine life refuge borders to the north and south, rocky outcroppings clearly mark the park boundary. These features plus the congenial Southern California climate make Aliso Beach Park an ideal place to visit."  Laguna Beach
Laguna - Crystal Cove Beach 
 
 
"Crystal Cove State Park has 3.5 miles of beach and 2,000 acres of undeveloped woodland, which is popular for hiking and horseback riding. The offshore waters are designated as an underwater park. Crystal Cove is used by mountain bikers inland and scuba and skin divers underwater. The beach is popular with swimmers and surfers. Visitors can explore tidepools and sandy coves. Crystal Cove offers sand and surf, rocky reefs, ridges and canyons - plus recreational opportunities - that appeal to everybody. State Park Rangers conduct nature hikes in the winter. The park features three miles of Pacific coastline, plus wooded canyons, open bluffs, and offshore waters designated as an underwater park. Crystal Cove is not just used by people who enjoy water related activities, such as swimming, surfing, sunbathing, scuba and skin diving, but also people who like to fish, mountain bike and hike. The great expanse upland, north and east of the Pacific Coast Highway is for hikers, who can follow hillside and canyon trails to campsites that allow visitors to feel they are "away from it all," despite being near one of the greatest population centers in the United States."  Laguna Beach
Newport - Santa Ana River Mouth 
 
 
Fishing & Surfing, but watch out for the pollution after it rains! Lifeguards.  Newport Beach
Newport Pier Beach 
 
 
Fishing & Surfing. Lifeguards.  Newport Beach
Surf Vacations in OC 
 
 
Surf Vacation Packages: Newport Beach: "Newport beach has claim to 2 world class surfing waves one at 18th Street that is similar to pipeline in Hawaii and the other being the famous Wedge, a freak wave that explodes over a treacherously shallow sand bottom. The main area of Newport Beach is rather more normal with nice beach break surf that is both fun and enjoyable. You can find surf well between 36th and 42nd street with some peaks giving good short lefts and rights but on some swells it is possible to surf quite long rides. 22nd street offers peaks that are fast, hollow and varying in length in both directions and the surf is normally 2 to 5ft." San Clemente: "San Clemente is an amazing Californian surf experience and was the early stomping grounds of many a top Californian surfing professional in the 1980 and 1990ís. It has a range of spots and changing beach breaks that are all very hollow and tubey. The main spots are the Pier, T street and State Park, all of these are lovely waves offering great peaks and sometimes long and fun tubes that even the beginner can get in! The surf in San Clemente is fun in the summer months and heavier in the winter season with offshore winds always guaranteed when the Santa Ana blows."  
© Keith Weber
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