Visit Riddle Field Park in Laguna Beach for its baseball-theme and “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” local history etched into the playground.
Laguna Beach parks and playgrounds make this a wonderful town to visit for families. You’ll find everything from beachfront playgrounds at Main Beach Park and Aliso Beach Park to playgrounds that are high atop the coastal foothills overlooking the ocean, like Alta Laguna and Moulton Meadows. There are state beaches, like Moro Beach at Crystal Cove State Park, and perfect places to watch sunsets, like Heisler Park. Probably the most popular playground in Laguna Beach is Bluebird Canyon Park.
Explore the beaches near the Montage Laguna Beach resort and enjoy the incredible views of the Pacific from Treasure Island Park.
Moulton Meadows Park in Laguna Beach is way up in the hills above the beach and has a wilderness feel to it.
The Aliso and Wood Canyons Visitor Center opened in May 2021 and is the perfect welcome to the wilderness park and trails beyond.
Village Green Park in Laguna Beach fits perfectly into the vision an artistic enclave. A small neighborhood park with ocean views.
Barbara’s Lake is an easy hike near Laguna Beach. It’s only about 10 minutes away from the beach and especially nice to visit in spring!
Nix Nature Center is the home base for Laguna Coast Wilderness Park on Laguna Canyon Road (Hwy 133) with easy hikes for families.