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Crystal Cove State Park

Listed under Easy to Access National Parks in California, United States.

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Explore this unique park above ground or underwater thanks to the 2,400 acres of undeveloped woodland and 3.2 miles of beachfront with waters designated as an underwater park. Take a traditional hike, mountain bike adventure or horseback ride or opt for scuba and skin diving, swimming and surfing. Take to the sea in kayaks, or go fishing and bring the sea to you. Venture through the forests, or hop rock to rock between tide pools and sandy coves. The options for recreation and exploration seem endless.

Crystal Cove State Park is a great getaway for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of one of the United States most densely populated areas for serene beauty and outdoor recreation. Visitors can choose to camp at the park itself or choose from luxury accommodations in Laguna. Laguna itself is certainly worth a visit as it offers fine dining, shopping and plentiful entertainment.  

Written by  Christine Fisher.

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