Dana Point reopens City beaches during the COVID-19 Pandemic on Tuesday May 5 2020.
The State of California is allowing Dana Point City beaches opened after closing all Orange County Beaches on May 1 2020.
Dana Cove Beach and Tidepools are reopened on May 5 2020.
Doheny State Beach is allowing active recreation on May 5 2020.
The County of Orange is working with The State of California to reopen Salt Creek Beach/Strands Beach/Capo Beach in Dana Point in the near future.
California Reopens Some Orange County Beaches May 2020
Doheny State Beach Reopens May 5 2020
Active Beach use Allowed.
Walking or Biking allowed.
Active Beach Use During 6:00am-10:00am
Laguna Beach Beaches Closed on Weekends
Laguna Beach City Parks Remain Closed
San Clemente Reopens Beaches May 4 2020
Active Beach Use Only
Parking Lots and Restrooms Closed
San Clemente Pier Reopens May 5 2020
San Clemente Pier Active Use Only
May 5 2020: Dana Point
Active Beach Use at Dana Cove Beach and Tidepools
Active Beach Use at Doheny State Beach
Active Beach Use Permitted between 5:00am-10:00pm
Biking on Bike Path is allowed
PCH Parking Meters Can be used
Huntington Beach Pier Closed
Huntington Harbor Connected Channels Active Use Allowed
Huntington Harbor Beaches and Sunset Beach Closed
Huntington State Beach and Bolsa Chica Beach Open For Active Use
Active Beach Use Permitted with from Sunrise to Sunset on Mondays thru Thursdays
Seal Beach Beaches will close on Thursday at Sunset and Reopen on Monday at Sunrise
Active Recreational Use
Beaches Open at 6:00am to 10:00pm Seven Days A Week
Beach Parking Lots Closed
Newport Harbor remains open for all normally allowed water activities
The City’s 16 tennis courts will be available for singles play only
Active Beach Recreation Allowed
Walking ACTIVE RECREATION PERMITTED BEACH ACTIVITIES (including, but not limited to):
Ocean recreation: swimming, paddle boarding, surfing, bodyboarding, skim boarding, kayaking
Physical activity which keeps individuals in non-stationary active motion
Non Permitted Beach Activities
Beach towels, blankets, easy-ups, tents, umbrellas, etc.- items used for settling in place
Sitting or lying on beach
Setting up chairs and staying in place
California Decision to Close Orange County Beaches History
The California Orange County Beach closures targeted the beaches that experienced high crowds during The April 24 2020-April 26 2020 weekend.
The Governor stated that, “If we set back the clock and delay our reopening as an economy, I don’t want to delay our reopening. The only way to delay it is more weekends like last weekend in the next few weeks.”
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