Redondo State Beach

Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration 500 W. Temple St. Los Angeles, CA 90012


The largest of the southern beach towns, Redondo has a large marina, a wrap-around pier and, of course, the standard boardwalk. The area is more popular for sportfishing and eating out than beachgoing, but this is a fine beach and the fewer surfers here make it better for swimmers. The pier, like many L.A. County beaches, was severely damaged by storms in 1988, but the city spared no expense in rebuilding by constructing an $11 million maritime-themed complex.
Facilities:  Swimming, Surfing, Diving, Boating, The Strand (accessible walkway), Fishing and Bait shop, Volleyball Courts, Restrooms, Showers 
and  Restaurants on and near Pier

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