Southern California Real Estate News

Feb. 3, 2017

Stay in Historic Laguna Beach Homes at Crystal Cove State Park

Stay in historic Laguna Beach homes on the beach.Many people are attracted to Laguna Beach homes because of the great art scene, restaurants, and of course the great beaches. It’s lots of fun to hang out at Main Beach, sun bathing, playing in the waves, or surfing. However, to get away from the crowds, head to Crystal Cove State Park. The park preserves over three miles of unspoiled coastal Laguna Beach real estate. Come for relaxed beach walks or to play in the waves. It’s also a great spot for snorkeling or scuba diving. For a real “get away from it all” experience, plan a hike through Moro Canyon. This inland area of the park offers 15 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Get an incredible view of the beach on the paved trail along the bluffs.

Laguna Beach Real Estate Owners Relax at Crystal Cove

For a nice “staycation”, plan a camping trip at Crystal Cove. Located on the bluff, there are 27 hookup sites and 30 tent sites. Challenge yourself with a serious hike to the backcountry camping sites. There are 32 of them, spread over three acres. They offer visitors a unique experience of the scenery, plants, and wildlife at the park.

Plan a more civilized break at one of the 29 historic beach cottages. These Laguna Beach homes have been meticulously restored and offer a cozy place to stay for a few days.

Visit Crystal Cove State Park to learn more about visiting and to make reservations for camping or beach cottages. 

 

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Feb. 2, 2017

Dana Point Real Estate Owners Go Whale Watching with Captain Dave

Go whale watching on Dana Point real estate.Dana Point real estate owners are lucky to live in a place with a huge variety of sea life. To get up close and personal with the animals that make the waters around Dana Point home, schedule a whale watching trip with Captain Dave. His whale and dolphin watching safaris are true eco-friendly adventures. The company does not use fishing boats. Rather, they have specially outfitted catamarans so passengers can get the best view of the dolphins and whales. Passengers can use the Eye to Eye Underwater Viewing Pods to feel like they are really swimming with the sea animals, without getting wet! Listen to dolphins chatter and squeak on the Hydrophone. The boats accommodate up to 49 passengers. Some have a smaller capacity, so a trip is never overcrowded. Marine naturalists narrate the trips and are available for questions and conversation.

See Ocean Animals on Tour Near Your Dana Point Home

See blue whales from May to November; gray whales from December to May; year round, see humpback whales, minke whales, fin whales and even orcas (also known as killer whales). There are also five species of dolphins to watch for, as well as sharks, sea birds, sea lions, and so much more. To top it all off, enjoy one of Mrs. Dave’s famous triple chocolate brownies.

Visit Captain Dave’s Whale and Dolphin Watching Safari to learn more and book your tickets with the best company on Dana Point real estate. 

 

Posted in News
Feb. 1, 2017

Play Soccer and Go Skateboarding on City of Laguna Niguel Property

Go skateboarding on Laguna Niguel property.Local kids have a great opportunity to have fun and stay safe while skateboarding on public Laguna Niguel property. Head over to the Skateboard and Soccer Park, located at 27745 Alicia Parkway. The soccer field has unique turf--synthetic grass over a yielding layer of polypropylene fibers and crumb rubber. It’s a dream to play on, and you can get right back on the field after a rainstorm.

Kids from Laguna Niguel Homes Get an Annual Pass to Skateboard Any Time

The skateboard park is enormous. With 20,000 square feet of concrete, skaters from Laguna Niguel homes can spend hours practicing moves and learning new tricks. Skaters under 18 years old must have a liability waiver signed by their parents. A parent or legal guardian must sign for each minor participant. There are specific areas designed for beginning, intermediate, and expert level skateboarders. BMX and dirt bikes are allowed during special sessions. Parents can rest easy knowing that all participants at the skate park must wear a helmet, elbow and knee pads. Recreation staff supervise at all times.

The skateboard park is open on school days from noon to 9:30 p.m. On weekends, holidays, and vacation days, the park is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. The entrance fee is $10. Laguna Niguel property owners can get an annual pass for $40. Non-residents may purchase passes for $80 each.

Find out about special events and classes offered at the Skateboard and Soccer Park

 

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