Marina del Rey Harbor
Marina del Rey Harbor Kayak, Canoe, SUP & Kayak Fishing Information
Enjoy an exhilarating paddle around Fisherman's Village. Or bait your hook and paddle off for some of the Marina’s fantastic fishing. Marina del Rey Harbor offers an array of recreational activities including windsurfing, boating, swimming, volleyball, fishing, and a paved bicycling and walking path throughout the harbor. Or you can SUP paddle around the marina and look at the multi-million dollar yachts. You can also explore the Marina’s basins by moonlight and paddle throughout the year.
A few special features about Marina del Rey Harbor are Chace Park located in Basin H, which has free outdoor music concerts June through October. Also, there is a huge 4th of July fireworks display and a Christmas boat parade the second Saturday in December, all of which provide pretty sights and sounds while paddling this picturesque harbor. NOTE: A school of leopard sharks caused quite a stir in Marina del Rey in August 2011. Officials say 50 or 60 of the sharks, some up to 5 feet long, began appearing near Mother’s Beach.
Popular activities at Marina del Rey include kayaking, fishing, sailing, windsurfing, stand-up paddling, bicycling, rollerblading and walking. The more adventurous individuals, enjoy an exhilarating parasailing flight from Fisherman's Village.
Marina del Rey Harbor is the largest man-made small boat harbor in the world. The fish inside Maria del Rey Harbor you’re likely to catch are spotted bay bass, sand bass, calicos and a few bonito, halibut and barracuda..
pen: Marina del Rey Harbor is open daily for boating all year, twenty-four hours a day, with running lights at night. There is a 5 m.p.h. boat speed limit in the harbor.
Harbor Facilities: The facilities consist of restaurants, kayak rentals, swimming, sailing, bicycling and walking paths, windsurfing, sandy beaches and restroom facilities.