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Los Angeles Beach Area Information
Long Beach beaches are not as crowded as Santa Monica's, however, there are oil rigs off shore. One unusual wedding location is the Light House in Shoreline Village. At the Light House you have the city skyline and the Queen Mary as a backdrop. Groups less than 75 with no vendor services do not need a permit for the Light House or city beaches. Permits for larger groups or those with set ups contact the Special Events & Filming Bureau.
Call (562) 570-5333.
Point Fermin Park
Point Fermin Park consists of 37 landscaped acres of tree-shaded lawns, sheltered pergolas, colorful gardens and a promenade along the edge of the palisade. The vantage point atop the rugged bluffs affords a breathtaking view of the coast toward Santa Catalina Island. You may even be able to spot playful dolphin and harbor seals from the cliffs. There are picnic areas, a playground and a small amphitheater. Two trails west of the area lead to the beach and tide pools below. Highlights include a Victorian lighthouse.
White Point/Royal Palms Shoreline Complex off Paseo del Mar at the base of a 100-foot bluff, enjoys glittering ocean vistas and Santa Catalina Island in the distance. A shelf of shore curving west from a rocky point, a reef, and some large trees to the west are remnants of the Royal Palms Recreation Center, developed by Ramón Sepúlveda.
Malibu Bluff Park is across from Pepperdine University. Permits area $125/hr. Call (310) 456-2489, ext. 350.
Leo Carrillo Beach and Sycamore Cove are in the state park system. No permits are required for fewer than 20 people with no set up. However, larger groups and couples who want to reserve a private location need a permit for $125.**
Call (310) 457-8185 (ask for special event coordinator).
The beach is large, wide and often crowded in summer. If you're looking for convenience to restaurants, Bluff Park provides an ocean view and an easy walk to a reception site. A permit is required for more than 150 people or groups using a tent. First come, first serve. Call (310) 458-8573.
The beach is large and wide, with volleyball nets and locals strolling the Strand. No vendor setups allowed (chairs, tents, music, etc.). A permit for $150+ is required for more than 50 guests.
Call (310) 305-9549.
Please Note: It is recommend that you call each beach venue to confirm requierments, as prices, regulations, etc... may have changed from the date this page was last updated and may not be current. This information is provided as a convenience and may not be accurate or up to date.**
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