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I was early picking someone up at LAX and I thought it might be nice to walk on the beach here. I was annoyed that I had to pay the full $8 daily rate even though I arrived at 6pm a few hours before it...More
I have occasionally been on the beach now and then. It is never really crowded like Santa Monica, so the environment here is chilled and relaxed, especially when you come for the sunset. If you are into bikes, that's a bonus because the bike path...More
The beach at Playa Del Rey is fantastic ... a nice wide soft sand beach. Life guard station nearby with a decent public restroom. Free Parking can be a challenge but the pay lots are reasonably priced. The surrounding town is sleepy but grab a...More
If you like hearing planes fly over every 2 mins then this is the beach for you. We went because all the reviews talked about how nice and quite (not over crowded) it was, and how beautiful it was (which it was). But on our...More
You have to include a stroll to this beach, spend the day, or hope to find a nearby rental or stay at the small Inn at Playa del Rey. It is not like other area beaches; it holds some different mysteries of the ocean since...More
Response from 2016Patti | Reviewed this property |
Most beaches "close" at 10pm in & around the LA coast. People do walk the beach at all hours, but can't be seen as "loitering". I believe this is true in PDR. This beach is part of and adjacent to Dockweiler Beach... a... More
Most beaches "close" at 10pm in & around the LA coast. People do walk the beach at all hours, but can't be seen as "loitering". I believe this is true in PDR. This beach is part of and adjacent to Dockweiler Beach... a location where there are the only authorized beach bonfires in specific locations throughout the stretch of beach from PDR to El Segundo.
If you need further info, I'd go to LA beaches website. Hope this helps.