About Cleo Street Beach in Laguna Beach, California
Cleo Street Beach Access is a block west of Highway 1 in Laguna Beach, California. The stairway to Cleo Street Beach is right where Cleo Street turns to the left (south) above the beach.
The steep stairs leads to a narrow boulder-filled section of the beach that is all wet at high tide. Time your visit for lower tides and you’ll be able to walk south along the continuous sandy shore for about a mile. North of Cleo Street Beach is Sleepy Hollow Beach which widens out significantly and continues to Laguna Main Beach.
Cleo is mostly known for scuba diving to the Foss 125 barge which sunk offshore on November 17, 1958. When the tide is low Cleo Street Beach will suffice for sunbathing, but Sleepy Hollow is a better beach for that.
Parking can be found nearby on Cleo St or along South Coast Highway (Hwy 1).
- 120 Cleo St
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
- City Beach
- Pet Details
- No dogs allowed on beach 9am to 6pm June 15 to Sept 10. Ok on leash outside of those dates and times
- Scuba Diving, Beach Walking
- Beach Rocks, Lifeguard (maybe in summer), No Facilities
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