Guide to Old Town Seal Beach

We love quaint and charming Old Town Seal Beach, Main Street with all its shops and restaurants, and of course, the beach, pier, jetty, surf, and everything in the sun! Check out our blog for a collection of the best things to do and see in and around Old Town Seal Beach.

Many travel bloggers write about Old Town Seal Beach because of the quaint charm that it has.  We loved how described the gem of Seal Beach:

If you are looking for underrated beach towns in California, check out the best things to do in Seal Beach!

California’s beach towns are famous all over the world. A lot of visitors come to our shores in search of the lifestyle and vibe that is presented in TV shows and movies.

On the contrary, residents and connoisseurs of the area miss the authenticity many towns had before the booming age of travel. It has been said that ‘Old California’ does not exist anymore near big population centers.

But, I digress. I have found my slice of ‘Old California’ not that far from Los Angeles.

Enjoy your day in Old Town Seal Beach.  We love it and hope that you do too!


The Community & Visitor’s Guide published by Seal Beach’s Chamber of Commerce includes a Old Town Seal Beach Map and Walking Tour on page 14 for your enjoyment. gives their take on the 12 Best Things to Do in Seal Beach, California brings all the best of Seal Beach in a day in Seal Beach Day Trip Things To Do

Check out the newly finished River’s End Park featuring a paved pedestrian/biking recreational trail that meanders through the park connecting the San Gabriel River Bike Trail to the First Street/Ocean Avenue intersection at the First Street Beach Parking Lot entrance.  There’s a nature trail, playground, access to the jetty and water, picnic tables, and it’s a romantic spot for sunset gazing with unobstructed views according to CA Real Estate Group‘s very own Christine Almarines!  Her Instagram page is dotted with photos and videos of breathtaking sunset views!


TripAdvisor ranks the Best Restaurants in Old Town Seal Beach!

Little outdated, but a fun site by to see the well organized reviews and scores of what people are saying in this Seal Beach Food Guide.  (Call before heading over!)


There is plenty of free parking on the city’s streets.  Now, if you choose this parking option, pay attention to time restrictions.  Most spots have a 1 or 2-hour limit.

Public lots (next to the pier and at the end of 1st Street) allow you to park for a longer period of time.  You pay according to the time spent on site.  These lots allow you to pay (and extend your time) from your phone (you need to download the application though).



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