California Travel Tips

California Summer Nights

Published on: June 14, 2019


626 Night Market is a magical way to spend a beautiful L.A. summer night. It is one of many California night markets.

From free movies outdoors or pool parties and summer concerts (often provided by city parks & rec departments,) staying up to celebrate the night is great for singles, couples, families and friends of all ages.

Summer Nights are a special time in which visitors look for beaches to linger and stay a while, or even spend the night. There are a few California State Parks & Beaches ( you can check out for camping accommodations:

Bolsa Chica State Beach
Carpinteria State Beach
Crystal Cove State Park
Dockweiler State Beach
Doheny State Beach
El Capitan State Beach
Emerald Bay State Park
Emma Wood State Beach
Fort Ross State Historic Park
Gaviota State Park
Half Moon Bay State Beach
Hearst San Simeon State Park
Hendy Woods State Park
Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
Leo Carrillo State Park
Limekiln State Park
MacKerricher State Park
Manchester State Park
Manresa State Beach
McGrath State Beach
Montaña de Oro State Park
Morro Strand State Beach
New Brighton State Beach
Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area
Pismo State Beach
Refugio State Beach
San Clemente State Beach
San Elijo State Beach
San Onofre State Beach
Silver Strand State Beach
Sunset State Beach
Westport-Union Landing State Beach

California is also home to a number of national parks hosting events on summer nights such as the Lassen Volcanic National Park’s Dark Sky Festival in August, featuring a special sky watch treat. It takes place annually, as does Point Reyes National Seashore’s Night of Nights always on July 12th. This unique celebration happens as historic Morse code radio station KPH returns to the air in commemoration of the closing of commercial Morse operation in the USA.


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