Walks and Hikes

We love the Reef Point and Crystal Cove Trail (easy), El Moro Canyon (short) Loop, and Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park but there are many more to explore!

For the less adventurous we'd recommend Heisler Park or driving to Top of the World and soaking up the stellar views of Laguna :)


Heisler Park

As for the aforementioned Heisler Park, if you only have a few minutes to spare, we highly recommend a visit. It is a stunning walk between Main Beach and Diver's Cove, filled with sculptures, flowers, and beautiful views of the coast. Feel free to sneak down to one of the hidden beaches. Fisherman's Cove is our favorite.

Sun, Surf and Sand

Try a lesson or the rentals (boards and wetsuits) at Thalia Surf Shop or any other surf shop in town.

You can rent electric boats in Newport by the hour. You can drive it yourself and it's BYOB. Is there anything better?

Check out the rentals or lessons at Paddle Board Bliss.

Check out the many beaches and coves. From Thousand Steps (incredible) and Table Rock (incredible) to Crystal Cove (incredible) there are many beaches to explore.

Check out the free yoga at the "whale" in Heisler Park every day at 9:15 AM.

Donations appreciated.

375 Cliff Dr, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Classes are held at the stadium steps next to the whale statue between Jasmine and Myrtle St.

Museums, Art and Shopping

There is a Farmers Market in Laguna every Saturday morning from 8 AM - noon in the Lumberyard Parking lot located at 521 Forest Avenue. Check out the fresh fruits, veggies and flowers and taste the delish street food, coffee and popsicle. For the kombucha lovers the Blessed Booch booth can't be missed. Heather's even helped make a batch or two :)

With more than 100 art galleries and artist studios, you'll come to understand why Laguna Beach refers to itself as an "art colony."

The local shops in Laguna are perfect for souvenirs and gifts alike! Check out some of our favorites like Hobie Surf Shop, Tuvalu, Gorjana, or Areo.