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Balboa Pier Beach 
 
 
Surfing, Bike Trail, Fishing, Skate Trail, Volleyball, Lifeguard.  Newport Beach
Bike Magazine 
 
 
cover Bike Magazine is based in Dana Point. "PRIMEDIA's Bike captures the moments, personalities, trends and issues that define the sport of mountain biking. We test bikes and equipment in every issue, but what sets Bike apart is that it's a vehicle for discovering more than just the latest wonder component. Using superior imagery, insightful writing and innovative design, Bike reminds us all why we ride in the first place. Regardless of the bike you own, your skill level or the clothes you wear, Bike magazine captures the one thing universal to us all: The inspiration to ride."
 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
Laguna Niguel Regional Park 
 
 
"Discover suburban recreation at its best, with a wide selection of outdoor activities, including tennis, volleyball, jogging and bicycling in a spacious, well-landscaped setting. Also enjoy fishing and boating on the park’s 44-acre lake.... Laguna Niguel Regional Park's 80 acres of turf surround a 44 acre lake, which is regularly stocked with catfish, bass and blue gill and trout during the winter months only. A large assortment of trees dot the park's 236 acreage providing beauty and shade."  Laguna Niguel
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