Hermosa Beach Strand and Pier
Hermosa Beach is renowned for its volleyball tournaments and players, many of whom have won gold medals in the Olympics. With 71 beach volleyball courts, you will likely catch a game. The Strand can be busy on weekends, so it’s best to arrive before noon. Be prepared to share the trail with fast-moving bicyclists and joggers, though they are mostly respectful of pedestrians. It’s a good idea to check the weather via the beach webcam before you go.
Length: Over 4 total miles
Typical Width: 4 ft. & above
Typical Grade: Level
DescriptionIn spite of the crowds along the Strand, I always find a leisurely stroll here to be a peaceful experience. With the smell of salt water in the air and the sound of the surf, it's a pleasant spot to watch the swimmers and surfers and have a quiet conversation with friends. The hike is five miles round-trip...
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The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
Beach Wheelchair: Yes
Accessible Parking: Yes
Accessible Restroom: Yes
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|City of Hermosa Beach
|1 Pier Avenue, Hermosa Beach
|Daily, 7 amâ€“10 pm
| In restricted areas
Allowed on leash on the Strand but not on the beach
|Public parking map
Reviewed by Ann Ruth, April 10, 2013
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