Laguna Coast Wilderness Park covers 6,500 acres within some of the last remaining coastal canyons in Southern California. The park's ecosystem is primarily coastal sage scrub, with maritime chaparral, oak woodlands, riparian habitats, and the only natural lakes in Orange County. The park is also enrolled in the Natural Community Conservation Planning program designed to protect various endangered species.

 
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Beach Review of Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
BeachExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5
BeachExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The coast isn't all about beaches, especially in California. Coastal canyons are not just beautiful, they're an important part of the coastal ecosystem.
  • The park includes 6,500 acres owned by the city of Laguna Beach, Orange County, and the California Department of Fish and Game. In addition to riparian habitat, the park has the only natural lakes in Orange County.
  • People come here to hike, mountain bike, ride horses, and to take guided tours offered by naturalists.

Address:
In the San Joaquin Hills between Newport Beach, Laguna Hills, and Laguna Beach
18751 Laguna Canyon Rd.
Laguna Beach, California 92651
Parking: 7 a.m. to sunset


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 949-923-2235
Email: lagunacoast@ocparks.com
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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