Torrance Beach Surf Lessons
Torrance Beach Surf Lessons - Scenic Views & Family-Friendly Atmosphere
A hidden gem among L.A. beaches, Torrance Beach features a beautiful view of Palos Verdes in the background, ample parking, and plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy on 40 acres of white, soft sand. There are swings for kids to play on, volleyball courts, and a strand connecting the beach to Redondo and the other South Bay beaches. The world famous giant kelp forests just off the coast offer great diving as well as spear fishing.
Its facilities are top-notch, with amenities including showers, prominent lifeguard service (during summer months) beach wheelchairs, public restrooms, and concessions selling sodas, snacks, and all the basics. Torrance Beach surf lessons are an excellent choice for beginners because of smaller waves and thinner crowds, protecting novices from collisions and bruised egos.
Things To Do/Places To Go:
- Charles H. Wilson ParkEnjoy a BBQ lunch, a tennis match, pickup basketball game, and more at Charles H. Wilson Park, home of the largest public treehouse in Southern California.
- Alpine VillageThe home of the biggest Oktoberfest celebration in Southern California, Alpine Village is a little piece of Bavaria featuring restaurants, nightclubs, and a German-themed import market.
- Torrance Certified Farmers' MarketTwice-weekly market where local vendors sell provisions such as produce, baked goods & seafood.
- Torrance Cultural Arts CenterBuilt for convenience and diversity, the Center houses meeting and banquet rooms, visual and performing arts studios, a 502-seat theatre, two spacious outdoor plazas, and an authentic Japanese garden.
- Toyota USA Automobile MuseumToyota's rich U.S. history spans more than 55 years. This showcase of vintage vehicles trace commemorates Toyota's most memorable automobiles and the company's amazing impact on America.