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Parks & nature in Newport Bay

Park
“Rent a boat here with a group of friends and enjoy the nice view of Crystal Cove ”
109local recommendations
Pier
“We stopped to walk the pier and enjoy the beach. Fun time was had by all. Parking was close and inexpensive. Double bonus! 🙂”
22local recommendations
Harbour / Marina
“You can't come to OC and now check out the beach! The Newport Landing Whale Watching is a fun activity that is about 2.5 hours. They take you out from Newport Beach and down to Laguna Beach to whale watch and dolphin watch. Whales are not guaranteed as it is seasonal, but there are always dolphins and seals frolicking around! ”
14local recommendations
Other Great Outdoors
“Great for calm water kayaking or standup paddle, beautiful nature and tour the waterfront homes”
13local recommendations
Island
“Walk around, see the fabulous homes on the bay and walk main street with the small boutiques and cafes'.”
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Park
“The city built this fun, beautiful park on the bay. Kids can play on the equipment then hop in the bay for a swim. Everyone can grab a bite to eat after all the fun at Lighthouse Café.”
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Harbour / Marina
“Great place to catch a concert, moor your boat, rent a kayak www.newportdunes.com Tennis and Golfing ”
5local recommendations
Park
“If you follow Westcliff Dr. towards the water and continue straight on the little walkway you will find the most beautiful boardwalk overlooking the Backbay and Newport! Ideal for runs and sunsets.”
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Park
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Park
“A local green lines by palm trees, the boardwalk and the beach. What could be better than that?! Bring your frisbee or a blanket and enjoy the sunset with old friends (and maybe meet some new ones)!”
1local recommendations
Park
“One of my favorite parks to take the kids. Lots of space to run around and play.”
2local recommendations
Park
“Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve draws naturalist and scientist from around the world. Some 35,000 migratory birds and 200 endangered species make their home on 1000 acres of COASTAL WETLANDS.”
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Beach
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