Don’t miss out on Doheny’s most festive event of the year! Bring your family and friends to celebrate Halloween in a fun and safe environment with good ole fashioned spookiness, arts and crafts, a fun zone, and an array of educational booths.
This is a gift event to our members. Join us for an evening cruise out of Dana Point Harbor on the good boat "Dana Pride" to mingle with whales, dolphins and fellow DSBIA members. Boat grub and drinks are provided on this free members event.
A Great Stand Up Paddle Event is Coming to Doheny!!! Doheny State Beach welcomes the PACIFIC PADDLE GAMES, presented by SUP the Mag and Salt Life. An international competition of Stand Up Paddlers, along with vendors, opportunities to try out SUP boards and equipment, music, food, beer and margaritas. www.pacificpaddlegames.com
Join us at Doheny to participate in one of the largest volunteer events in the world as volunteers from up and down the coast join together to remove trash from our beaches and waterways.
Three days of great music at Doheny State Beach. The event benefits Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association and the San Onofre Foundation http://www.theohanafest.com/
Come enjoy the celebration of the end of summer with Hawaiian music and dance.
Starts Monday, June 27, 10 to 11:30 AM. Junior Rangers is an interpretive activity that is designed for children, 7 to 12, to actively learn about some of the natural wonders that can be found throughout the California State Parks.
The first of the nine-man outrigger canoe races of the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association, hosted by the Dana Outrigger Canoe Club.
Enjoy this 2-day blues music festival on the beautiful north day-use lawn of Doheny State Beach. Please visit http://dohenybluesfestival.com/ for further details on this event. Thank you for purchasing your tickets in the Doheny Visitor Center as proceeds benefit Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association that supports the many interpretive programs in our park.
Join us for a great interpretive program in Picnic Areas A and B at 9:30 PM, then off to the beach to hopefully see the grunion hit the sand about 11 PM (remember, grunion don’t read tide books or grunion run schedules, but the last few years we’ve hit them every time). This is a […]