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Laguna Beach is the perfect playground to spend Father's Day with your dad. We’ve got the top Father’s Day ideas for making life-long memories with dad!
Get an early tee time at Ben Brown's Golf Course at The Ranch at Laguna Beach! This “designed by nature” 9-hole course is sited in what's arguably the most serene and natural setting in Orange County. The course is carved into the naturally dramatic and lush walls of Aliso and Woods Canyons, creating an ultra-private playing experience with stunning views and elevation changes on every fairway, making it the perfect place to get one on one time with dad!
Rent bicycles from Laguna Beach Electric Bike Rental to explore charming neighborhoods and popular points of interest.
Kayak hidden coves to view schools of fish, sea lions, kelp beds and tide pools. Hike or bike the wilderness trails to take in native flora and fauna, along with spectacular views. Try a paddle board or surf lesson from La Vida Laguna.
If your dad is an art fan, step into the array of art galleries where you can peruse works of art and meet many of the artists.
Order some awesome Laguna Beach merchandise for dad this Father's Day! Visit Laguna Beach has released three BRAND NEW t-shirt designs, two hat designs and two tote designs as an extension of our brand! We truly feel that these tees/hats/totes best capture the eccentric spirit of Laguna Beach.
With more than 100 restaurants along the seven-mile span of coastline, you are sure to find any type of cuisine to satisfy dad's taste for the extraordinary. From quaint cafes and bistros to fine dining establishments, ocean view dining or family-friendly spots, Laguna Beach has an array of options to indulge in the pleasure of eating. Click here to find a list of restaurants in Laguna Beach.
The Promenade on Forest: Shopping, Dining, Art, and You! is an outdoor dining, display and art performance area that will create a safe and exciting pedestrian-only experience on Forest Avenue from Coast Highway to Glenneyre Street throughout the Summer of 2020. The Promenade design supports local businesses by expanding customer seating and merchandise display areas on Lower Forest Avenue.
Photo by Stu News Laguna.