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Visitation: 1 million
Area: 2,800 Acres
Lat: 33.585339
Lon: 117.801834
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Gas-Laguna Beach, 3 MilesFood-Laguna Beach, 1 MilesLodging-Laguna Beach, 3 Miles
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Boardwalks Brochure/Species List Bus Accessible
Camping/lodging Drinking Water Fee
Food/Vending Machines Gift Shop/Bookstore Interpretive Signs
Lookouts Restrooms Trails
Trash Cans Visitor Center/Ranger Station

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Every Kid in a Park. Initiative that gives every U.S. 4th grader and his or her family free access to 2000+ federally managed lands and waters. Educators can also participate.

List Facilites at Viewing Site

Site Id #:63 - Crystal Cove State Park

Facilites at Viewing Site


Boardwalks Boardwalks Pelican Point Lot 2 1000' to beach/ocean overlook.

Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List Birds, reptiles

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Camping/lodging Camping/lodging Within Historic District

Drinking Water Drinking Water

Fee Fee $10 day use fee. Subject to change. See park website.

Food/Vending Machines Food/Vending Machines Shake Shack on Coast Highway and Beachcomber Cafe within Historic District of Cottages

Gift Shop/Bookstore Gift Shop/Bookstore

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs At all overlooks and trailheads

Lookouts Lookouts 10 on bluff edge above beach/ocean.

Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Restrooms Restrooms 9

Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trails Trails 18 miles dirt, 3 miles paved along coastal terrace.

Note #4 - We are currently working to improve accessibility throughout our parks. The viewing area that you are interested in may be undeveloped or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other factors that limit accessibility at this time. However, there may be some accessible features such as parking, restrooms, and routes of travel. Some parks and viewing sites offer more accessible features than others, we encourage you to view the State Park web page, call the park, or e-mail California State Parks at access@parks.ca.gov for more specific information or details.

Trash Cans Trash Cans

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station