WINTER BEACH CLEAN UP-January 21, 2023 9AM-12:00PM Now that we’ve had an abundance of rain, let’s do some cleaning so it doesn’t wash out to sea! Thank you for bringing along either work or gardening gloves, a refill water dispenser, and dress for weather. We will provide reuse trash bags, drinking water, and light snacks. […]
JOIN US FOR A FREE MOVIE IN THE PARK FEATURING HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA Interpretive Booths open at 5:30pm Movie at 7pm Refreshments for purchase from Do Ho Cafe State Parking Fees in effect
Doheny State Beach will host daily activities in theme with this first-time statewide event. Please see listing below for topics, time and meeting locations. Thank you for spending time with us this summer. June 14 – Land Acknowledgement Day – Learn about the rich natural and cultural history of Doheny and the surrounding landscape of […]
Let’s look for some sea flowers in Doheny’s cobblestone Tidepools in honor of the Full Flower Moon. Park Naturalist Vicki will have a table set up on the north beach from 12pm-3:30pm for the super low-tide. Stop by to say hello or to check out her traveling Tidepools museum. Thank you for treading gently in […]
“Fifth of July ~ Independence Day Aftermath Cleanup” The day after Independence Day is considered the messiest day of the year for Doho! The staff at Doheny is extremely grateful for any help with cleaning up the beach, lawns, and general park grounds. Thank you for bringing your own work gloves and a couple of […]
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.
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.
• 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.