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Description - The community of Corona del Mar, California, lies on the South Coast, between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. The half-mile long sandy beach, which forms the east entrance to Newport Harbor, is framed by cliffs and a rock jetty. The rock jetty of Newport Harbor provides a shore break and calm waters. Easy access, manicured lawns and many amenities often draw crowds to Corona del Mar State Beach. The beach is popular with surfers, divers, and swimmers.

Attractions - This park consists of a half-mile long stretch of sandy beach with private land to the southeast and Newport Harbor to the northwest. The rock jetty of Newport Harbor provides a shore break and calm waters. Easy access, manicured lawns and many amenities often draw crowds to Corona del Mar State Beach

Recreation - Corona del Mar State Beach is a popular place for swimmers. The beach is also popular with surfers and divers.

Climate - A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over Southern California - inland it is hot in the summer, mild in the winter. Coastal areas have a more moderate climate with frequent fog in the summer. Most of the precipitation comes as rain during the winter months.

Location - The community of Corona del Mar, California, lies on the South Coast, between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. The beach park can be reached via an access road near the intersection of Iris Street and Ocean Boulevard in Corona del Mar. It lies at the intersection of Jasmine Avenue and Ocean Boulevard.


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Report: We are from Colorado and got lost looking for the ocean in which we took our 7 yr. old grandson for the first time. A service station attendant was so nice and helpful. Told us how to get to the beach. The police were so nice and gave us information on fishing and the beach lot attendant was so great. We loved it there. We will be going back to this beach in Sept. A very long drive but worth every second and this trip will be a memory forever in all of our hearts. Thank you sooo much for such a great experience. Cendie Wood, Grand Jct. Colorado


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Contact Information:
Orange Coast District Headquarters, 3030 Avenida del Presidente , San Clemente, CA, 92672, Phone: 949-492-0802, Fax: 949-492-8412

Additional Information:
California Beaches -
Orange County State Parks and Beaches - Orange County lies in Southern California, along the coast between Los Angeles and San Diego. Orange County's state park sites all lie along the coast. Cliff's line the beaches here, which are characterized by broad, level expanses of sand.

Links:
California State Parks - Official agency website.

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