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About Gibraltar Beach on Catalina Island in Avalon, California

Gibraltar Beach on Catalina Island is a boat-in campground. No roads or trails lead here so it’s only accessible by boat or by kayak. Kayaks can be rented nearby in Avalon or Two Harbors.

This remote beach doesn’t have toilets or running water and fires are not allowed.

Reservations are required to camp here and other rules apply so learn more about boat-in camping on the island before planning your trip.

Scuba divers come here and nearby Cabrillo Harbor Beach to dive at the reef off the point, called Little Gibraltar, which separates the two beaches.

Catalina Express operates boats daily to Catalina from the mainland in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Dana Point.

North Shore
Avalon, CA 90704
Park Name
Catalina Island Conservancy
Pet Details
No dogs allowed
Fee for camping
Kayaking, Boating, Camping, Scuba Diving
Boat-in Campground, Picnic Tables
Map of Gibraltar Beach on Catalina Island
Avalon, US
10:42 pm, April 23, 2024
temperature icon 57°F
L: 56° H: 58°
Feels like 55.76 °F clear sky
Wind gusts: 6 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0.01 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:13 am
Sunset: 7:30 pm
Humidity 77 %
Pressure1017 mb
Wind 6 m/s

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