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About St. Ann’s Beach in Laguna Beach, California

St. Ann’s Beach is a narrow sandy beach at the end of St. Ann’s Drive in Laguna Beach.

Surfing and bodyboarding are both popular here. At times a lifeguard station will be manned, but don’t swim here unless they say it is safe. The rip current at St Ann’s is considered the strongest in Laguna due to a break in the reefs just offshore. Swim to the side (along the shore) if you get caught in the current as it’s a futile effort to try and swim in against the current.

There are metered parking spots on St Anns Drive and many more a block away on Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1) near the intersection.

St. Ann’s Drive Beach Access is also referred to as St. Ann’s Street Beach like the ten other “street” beaches along this stretch of Laguna Beach.

Address
160 St Anns Dr
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Phone
949-497-0310
Park Name
St Anns Drive Beach Access
Owner
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
Fees
Metered parking nearby
Activities
Surfing, Bodyboarding
Amenities
Lifeguard, No Facilities
Map of St. Ann’s Beach
Laguna Beach, US
6:00 am, April 22, 2024
temperature icon 57°F
L: 57° H: 61°
Feels like 56.01 °F overcast clouds
Wind gusts: 1 m/s
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:11 am
Sunset: 7:27 pm
Humidity 87 %
Pressure1012 mb
Wind 1 m/s

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July 12, 2022

When you get down to St Ann’s Beach it might be narrow if the water is high at the time. If you don’t mind getting your feet wet you can still walk in either direction. There is more sand to the right at Sleepy Hollow Beach.

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