It’s 100% true that Marina del Rey springtime activities are most enjoyable when you’re on or near the water. A dose of Vitamin Sea is so refreshing after the year we’ve all had. Keep reading below for a list of fun outdoor Marina del Rey springtime activities for you and your loved ones to enjoy.
Beaches in Los Angeles County and Marina del Rey are open, along with restaurants, shops and other businesses. Click here to learn more about what’s open in Marina del Rey.
Dining Cruise with Hornblower Cruises & Events
Hornblower offers brunch cruises, dinner cruises, cocktail cruises and so much more out of Marina del Rey. Hop aboard the popular two-hour dining cruises and sip cocktails on the open-air top decks while you enjoy incredible views of the water. Click below to make reservations for your perfect cruise experience.
These enviable waterfront hotels are the best way to unplug from the day-to-day. Book your weekend getaway, spring break or summer vacation at modern resort-style hotels with views of the water, sunset and sailboats. Click below to view the latest hotel offers and deals.
For the ultimate social distance-friendly escape, charter a private yacht out of Marina del Rey. Try a half-day sunset cruise up to Malibu. Or charter a power boat where you can sunbathe on the top deck all day. Perhaps a deep-sea fishing excursion in the morning or a marine life cruise to spot dolphins and whales? Click button to view our Yacht Charters Directory.
It's no secret that spring is the prime time to grab a table with spectacular water views in the Marina. From an elegant sunset dinner or Mother's Day brunch to a casual lunch by the water or cocktails on a rooftop, Marina del Rey is the top choice for outdoor dining with views in Los Angeles. Click button to make reservations at waterfront restaurants.
Whether you're an adrenaline rush junkie or someone checking off parasailing from your bucket list, springtime is an ideal time to go parasailing in Los Angeles. Book a 500' or 800' parasailing trip out of Fisherman's Village where you'll get a bird's eye view of the Pacific coastline. You can fly solo, as a pair or up to three people (weight and weather restrictions may apply). Reservations are highly recommended especially during the weekends.
If you're seeking a new experience to try with your crew that keeps you safe and socially distanced, then our waterfront playground is the right place to be. Rent a kayak, paddleboard, jet-ski or an electric duffy boat (you'd drive it yourself). Marina "Mother's" Beach is a good spot for beginners learning to stand-up paddle or kayak. Rent from the following outfitters at Mother's Beach: Paddle Method, ProSUP Shop, or YOGAqua. You can also rent from Marina del Rey Boat Rentals at Fisherman's Village. We recommend making reservations for rentals, especially if you're planning to go during the weekend. Click button for more information.
This peaceful 12-acre lagoon is easy walking distance from most of the Marina’s hotels and waterfront restaurants. The beach has playground equipment, sheltered picnic tables (currently closed due to covid-19), and easy access to restrooms. The cove’s lack of surf makes it ideal for families with young kids – an attribute that inspired its local nickname, Mother’s Beach.
For a leisurely seaside ride, you can rent bikes from Daniel's Bike Rentals at Fisherman's Village or Perry's Cafe at Venice Pier. Make your way up north of Santa Monica Pier or head south to Redondo Beach and Torrance. The 22-mile Marvin Braude Bike Trail winds around Marina del Rey and most of the harbor for relaxing views of boats bobbing in the water. Click button to view the bike map.
Marina del Rey is a perfect place for sightseeing coastal wildlife throughout the year. If you're taking a stroll by the water, you can catch a glimpse of marine mammals like sea lions as well as shore birds and pelicans. Keep an eye out for the black oystercatcher or large Royal tern during the spring. For a list of where to see marine life here, click button below.