Put on your sun block and step onto our soft Redondo sand for views of the beautiful Southern California coastline. Unlike many beaches, Redondo is not overcrowded on the sand or in our parking lots. With ample parking, guests find their beach experience to be leisurely and comfortably occupied. Pack up your surfboard, towel, and your favorite beach toys, and head down to the water any season of the year!
Where to Beach It
With a long stretch of beach starting at the Redondo Pier and stretching all the way down the coast to the Palos Verdes Peninsula, there is plenty of space for anyone looking for a spot of sand.
Where you choose to beach it depends on the experience that is best fit for you as well as what type of beach person you are in the mood to be.
Beachside at the Pier
Convenient for public transportation and parking at the large Pier lot. People visiting who want to relax with easy access to the restaurants and shops of the Pier and International Boardwalk should spread their towels here.
South along the coast, this spot usually much less crowded than the Pier area and is also one of the best spots in Redondo Beach for surfing. Head down here if you are wanting more space or some water sports.
Avenue C Beach
Less crowded than the Pier and offers Volleyball Nets and the widest sections of the beach. Parking is metered parking at the top of the cliff. If you are planning a trip here, you will need to use a steep staircase or walk the approximately 20 minutes casual trail from the Pier area.
Summertime's Family Beach The perfect beach setting for families who enjoy fun in the sun. Tucked away off Harbor Drive and a short walk from the pier, the Seaside Lagoon provides an authentic beach experience with sand and filtered ocean water in a controlled, family friendly environment. Complete with its own lifeguard crew and barbeque pit, our lagoon provides a safe environment for swimmers and sunbathers alike.