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Welcome Back – What’s Open and How to Experience Marina del Rey Safely


Welcome back to L.A.’s Marina! Marina del Rey is open for leisure travel. Our local business community including hotels, restaurants and attractions are committed to reopening safely and responsibly. Each business has worked hard to follow safety measures per Los Angeles County Public Health’s reopening guidelines. As of June 15, 2021, California has lifted most restrictions related to COVID-19. Click here to read the latest order from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Marina. Please see below for frequently asked questions to help with your travel planning. 


What's currently open in Marina del Rey?

All businesses and attractions are open to full capacity. See list below:

Restaurants including bars and wineries for indoor and outdoor dining, takeout and delivery
Beaches including parking lots and volleyball courts
Bike path
Fire pits are open at Dockweiler Beach; limited number available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Retail stores
Water sports and rentals including lessons (including day camps) such as kayaks, stand-up paddle, jet-skis, electric duffy boats, power boats and more
Yacht charters
Fishing and whale watching tours
Circuit, the free electric shuttle, is operating daily from 12:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. Masks are required onboard; limited to 4 passengers only. Download the free Circuit app to schedule a pick-up.
Indoor malls
Parks are open including Burton Chace Park and the playground and picnic tables at Marina "Mother's" Beach are open
Day spas
Nail salons
Movie theaters

Do I need to quarantine when I visit Los Angeles and Marina del Rey?

There are no travel restrictions in California, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides recommendations on safe travel practices. Air travel to Los Angeles County is allowed from within the United States. CDC travel requirements are still in effect, which means all international air passengers to the U.S. are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery.

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Are masks still required?

As of July 17, 2021 people must continue to wear a mask in indoor public settings and businesses (examples: retail, restaurants, theaters, family entertainment centers, meetings, state and local government offices serving the public) for their own safety as well as others. Everyone should honor masking and distancing rules at such private businesses.

Mask wearing is still mandatory for everyone in the following settings:

> While on public transit such as planes, buses, trains, rideshares, etc.)
> Hospitals
> Long-term care facilities
> Homeless shelters
> Indoors in K-12 schools, childcare, and other youth settings

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Are beaches open in Marina del Rey?

Yes! All beaches and parking lots are open. Beachgoers can go swimming, surfing, running, walking, and sitting. Volleyball courts are also now open. Chairs, canopies and coolers are allowed. Bike rentals are all open as well.

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Are hotel pools open?

Yes, swimming pools at hotels are open!

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