Redondo Beach Surf Lessons
Redondo Beach Surf Lessons - Learn to Surf at the Birthplace of Surfing in Southern California
Redondo Beach surf lessons are popular with students looking to mix in a number of other beach-related activities or sports with their surfing adventure. A wide paved bike path called the Marvin Braude Coastal Bike Trail runs along the back of the beach, leading down the bluff to the southern end where many volleyball courts can be found. The wide and flat sand beaches provide the perfect venue for the sport and permanent poles and nets are placed and maintained by the city year-round.
Redondo County Beach is a 1.5 mile long sandy beach that makes up the waterfront of Redondo Beach, CA. The beach tends to stay pretty busy, remaining popular with tourists and locals alike. Plaques near the pier stake its claim as the birthplace of surfing in California.
Things To Do/Places To Go:
- The SEA LabA kid-friendly marine education center offering a hands-on education about marine life and the importance of protecting our oceans.
- Redondo PierThe Pier is a South Bay landmark offering panoramic ocean views, water activities, oceanfront dining, shopping and more.
- Riviera VillageFeaturing over 300 unique restaurants, retail shops, and services, Riviera Village is home to Redondo Beach's most distinctive boutiques, art galleries and craft studios.
- Hopkins Wilderness ParkHopkins Wilderness Park was developed in 1977 as a center for camping, nature study and conservation. The park boasts three overnight campgrounds, an amphitheater that holds 150 people, and picnic sites.
- Redondo Beach Dog ParkSince 1992, thousands of dogs (and their owners) have enjoyed this fenced three-acre dog run situated at the northern end of Dominguez Park. Local volunteers organize park activities, raise funds for maintenance, and advocate responsible dog ownership.