Sherman Library and Gardens in Corona Del Mar is a small garden with a restaurant, gift shop, and educational classes for children.
Newport Beach parks and playgrounds can be found from the neighborhoods and beaches of Corona del Mar to the hilltops of Newport Coast.
Some of the favorite parks for families in Newport Beach are the neighborhood ones like Grant Howald Park, Irvine Terrace Park, and San Miguel Park. Pickleball is one of the main reasons Bonita Canyon Sports Park is popular.
The destination playground in Newport Beach is Marina Park on the Balboa Peninsula with its lighthouse design and slide.
The life-sized white rabbit sculptures at Newport Beach Civic Center Park are always a favorite in spring. Coastal Peak Park is up in Newport Coast with sweeping views of Orange County.
Muth Interpretive Center and the Upper Newport Bay are amazing places to witness the biodiversity Orange County offers in its open spaces.
The beach Christmas tree at Crystal Cove State Park appears in December. It’s perfect for festive family photos or celebrating the season.
The Newport Dunes Christmas lights in Newport Beach are a breathtaking display of festive lighted Christmas trees on the bay.
Grant Howald Park in Newport Beach is near PCH in Corona del Mar and in walking distance to all the shops and restaurants. Upgraded 2021.
Moro Beach at Crystal Cove State Park is also called El Moro – located at the north end of Laguna Beach and south of Newport Beach.
Crystal Cove State Park offers space for tidepooling, beach trips, nature rambles, and whale watching from the shore in Newport Beach.
Bob Henry Park in Newport Beach is more of a this-is-where-we-play-while-older-sibling-plays-baseball-or-softball kind of park. In other words, it’s not a destination playground. However, its location makes it the perfect playground …
Irvine Terrace Park in Newport Beach is tucked into a neighborhood along a busy section of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) near MacArthur Boulevard. This park is surprisingly serene. Views of …
Arroyo Park in Newport Beach is the second “Arroyo” Park on this blog. The other one is in Yorba Linda. San Juan Capistrano has one by the same name, but …