Newport Pier offers fine, soft sand with plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy yourself. Surfers, swimmers and sunbathers all bask in the warmth of beautiful Southern California winter and summer days. Pelicans and seagulls also enjoy Southern California’s year round Mediterranean climate, especially at Newport Beach Pier.
Near the base of the Newport Pier is the Dory Fishing Fleet, founded in 1891. The Newport Beach Pier, located at Balboa Peninsula, offers stunning views to the north toward Huntington Beach, and looking south, you can see another structure, the Balboa Pier. This five-mile stretch of beach boasts a bevy of activities. Swimmers and sunbathers flock to the beach in summer and winter, capping off their day in the sun with a night of casual or fine dining. Skate, bike and board rentals are popular, and surfing off the jetty is prime. The vibe at the Balboa Peninsula is youthful and fun.
The Newport Beach Pier is an ideal place for cycling and skating, but keep in mind that parking is limited and you might have to walk a few blocks to get to the sand. Newport Beach has a lengthy bike trail, which extends around most of the peninsula. Riding along the boardwalk is fun and a great way to check out some of the most expensive real estate in Southern California. Many of the houses on the boardwalk are available for summer rentals, another great option to experience living life on the beach. While you’re here, be sure to check out Newport Beach Pier Restaurants as well.
One of my FAVORITE places. I love the Newport air and love seeing and being by the water and there's just a certain modern /beachy energy of Newport that is... More
The pier is nice, sturdy, made of concrete. Not too far of a walk to the end but an abandoned building and several people fishing. There are plenty of... More
One of the few piers left on Orange County. Nice walk and view from both sides of the pier. Nice to still see people fishing from the pier. More