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About Salt Creek Beach , Dana Point

Salt Creek is a small coastal stream in southern Orange County in the U.S. state of California. The 4-mile (6.4 km) creek drains 6.1 square miles (16 km2) in parts of the cities of Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, and San Juan Capistrano. The mostly channelized creek has no named surface tributaries.The creek begins in the central portion of the city of Laguna Niguel and flows west and south through a narrow canyon referred to as the Salt Creek Corridor, which is mostly inside a long and narrow regional park.It then flows into the Monarch Beach Golf Course in the city of Dana Point and enters a subsurface storm channel ("Arroyo Salada Storm Channel") which carries it to its discharge point at Salt Creek County Beach.

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Salt Creek Beach is a place in Dana Point in the country of United States. Salt Creek Beach is easily missed on a visit to Dana Point.

Dana Point tours ideally do not include a visit to Salt Creek Beach .

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Dana Point Sportfishing
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This 5-hour trip is perfect for families who want to fish locally off the coast of Orange County. The types of fish available to catch include halibut, barracuda, yellowtail, white sea bass, sand bass, calico bass, bonito and even tuna. You never know what you might reel in, and that is part of the magic of fishing.

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  • Home Sweet Home...My Photography playground for at least 15 years. The beach is popular with surfers, great views. In order to get to the beach you need to go down a very steep hill. You can pay for parking via credit card, it is limited to 3 hours. Park is a home for summer concerts. When there is a low tide you can go for a walk along the beach and connect to Strands Beach. There is a cafe next to the ocean where you can buy some snacks and drinks,

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  • Beautiful beach with a family friendly atmosphere. Green area with a lovely park. Concession stand with food and they rent beach chairs and umbrellas for a reasonable price. Get there before noon to avoid parking issues! Beach area isn't extremely crowded, so much nicer than those closer to LA or San Diego. Can't wait to go back!!

  • Very fun beach. Close parking with a small walk or even a ride on golf cart. Lots of space. You'll need to get there early though as it fills up fast. Beach is close too. Not terribly crowded but busy.

  • This is one of our favorite beaches and the boarding is great here.....we always get great waves because of the coastline. After a day here we walked up and saw Journey live .....couldnt be cooler. The paths are beautiful and for Californians who run the canyon to get here do it with ease, I needed a bike and will have to practice. ....all around heaven.

  • This is a nice beach, more of a teenager/young adults kind of beach though. A really beautiful and large lawn for picnics with an amazing view of the ocean. At the beach, the only option for food is a snack bar that I'd avoid unless you're super hungry. Bring your own food here.

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