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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are fires allowed on Redondo Beach?
  2. Can I use the beach under the pier?
  3. When will Seaside Lagoon close for the season?
  4. Where will I find volleyball courts on Redondo Beach?
  5. Where can I rent a bicycle near Redondo Beach?
  6. What are the hours of the Thursday Farmers' Market at Veterans Park?




1. Are fires allowed on Redondo Beach?

No, fires are not allowed on the beach, nor may BBQs be used on the beach.


2. Can I use the beach under the pier?

No, that area is too dangerous for public use.


3. When will Seaside Lagoon close for the season?

Seaside Lagoon is scheduled to close for the season in early September.


4. Where will I find volleyball courts on Redondo Beach?

You will find volleyball courts along the beach near the foot of Topaz Street to Knob Hill Avenue, at Avenues A & B (slightly south of Knob Hill), and at Avenues G & H (at the southern end of Redondo Beach).


5. Where can I rent a bicycle near Redondo Beach?

Marina Bike Rentals 505 North Harbor Drive (310) 318-2453
They rent tandem bikes, beach cruisers, various trailers for kids or pets, 7-speed bikes


6. What are the hours of the Thursday Farmers' Market at Veterans Park?

The Farmers' Market is open from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM every Thursday (except Christmas and Thanksgiving). (310) 372-1171, Ext 2252.


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