About Lava Wall Beach on Catalina Island in Avalon, California
Lava Wall Beach is a boat-in camping area on the north shore of Catalina Island. The names comes from the rock wall behind the beach that looks like red lava rock.
The only way to get to Lava Wall Cove is by boat or in a kayak. Boating companies can shuttle you to the boat-in beaches and sea kayaks can be rented nearby in Avalon or Two Harbors. There are no toilets or running water at this beach and camp fires are prohibited (camp stoves are ok).
Reservations are required to camp in this cove. Learn more about the permits and rules of boat-in camping on Catalina. Snorkeling and scuba diving is possible at both ends of Lava Wall Beach.
The Catalina Express boats depart 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
- Fees required for camping
- Kayaking, Boating, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving
- Boat-in Campground, Picnic Tables
3.8 miles away
The Wildlands Express Shuttle Van (formerly known as the Catalina Safari Bus) is how you get around on Catalina...
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