About Redondo County Beach in Redondo Beach, California
Redondo County Beach is a 1.5 mile long sandy beach that makes up the waterfront of Redondo Beach, CA. The main part of Redondo County Beach starts at the Redondo Beach Pier near Veterans Park and continues south in front of homes and condo buildings. At Avenue A the buildings end and South Redondo Beach begins. The highest concentration of beachgoers is near the pier and Veterans Park where parking and beach access is a little easier. Street parking spots can be found along the Esplanade and numerous ramps and stairways lead down the bluff to South Redondo Beach where many volleyball courts can be found. Lifeguard stations dot the entire shoreline of Redondo Beach and a wide paved bike path called the Marvin Braude Coastal Bike Trail runs at the back of the beach. Surfing is popular here at Redondo Beach and plaques near the pier stake its claim as the birthplace of the sport in California. The beach in Redondo Beach is commonly referred to as a state beach, county beach, and city beach. It is actually owned and operated by Los Angeles County.
- Pearl St and Esplanade
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
- Park Name
- Veterans Park
- County Beach
- Pet Details
- No dogs allowed on the beach
- Fee for parking
- Surfing, Biking, Skating, Walking, Running, Fishing, Swimming, Windsurfing, Volleyball, Beach Walking
- Lifeguard, Fishing Pier, Restrooms, Showers, Paved Bike Path, Grass Park, Picnic Tables, Kids Play Area, Volleyball Courts, Accessible Features
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