• Join us for our first Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup of the year as we “love” Doheny back to good health after the runoff from winter rains.
A special pop-up store on the Doheny State Beach Whale Walk Promenade. Sweat shirts, tee shirts for men, women and kids, and many other of the items we carry in the Doheny Gift Shop in the Visitor Center.
Retired Doheny Ranger Jim Serpa will host an evening program about whales. Ranger Jim always puts on a great presentation filled with facts, stories and humor. It’s an outside program at Doheny State Beach Picnic Site A. Dress warm! Program begins at 6 PM.
DSBIA will be repainting some of our whales on the Doheny Whale Walk and would love to have volunteers and supporters join us. Sunday, March 3rd, 9am -2pm - FREE EVENT. In case of a rainout, our back up date is Saturday, March 9. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrate the return of the majestic gray whales by getting the debris off the beach and out of the creek before it washes out to sea. Join us from 9 AM to Noon. We meet at the Lifeguard Headquarters by San Juan Creek. Please bring work gloves and earth-friendly trash bags (like paper shopping bags).
An Earth Day Project Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020 Meet: Doheny SB Campfire Center Time: 9:00 am – Noon Doheny SB’s Campfire Center was recently restored through Eagle Scout and DSBIA support so, let’s decorate it now! There will be a variety of mini-projects at the Center and this year’s project is limited to approximately […]
Let’s clean the beach, North and San Juan creek, and general grounds of Doheny State Beach in honor of Mother Earth Day!
Join us for a celebration of the Southern California surfing life style at our Doheny Surf Festival.
Whether you come for a day at the beach and the evening fireworks display, or just for the amazing fireworks extravaganza launched from the barge off shore, this is a great 4th of July tradition.
The staff at Doheny State Beach would sure appreciate any help from volunteers to clean up after the masses of picnickers! This is considered the messiest day of the year, but when were done, the beach and park are beautiful again. We suggest you bring gloves. Thank you everyone!!