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Seal Beach is easily accessible from the 405 Freeway. Daytrippers usually arrive by car. Parking on residential streets can be difficult to find. Bring quarters for the parking meters which charge a dollar an hour.
Updated Mar 2, 2003
Seal Beach is known for being rather quiet , however much buzz should be made that the water is full of stingrays. Specifically, round stingrays make their presence here, due to the increased warm temperature created by powerplant flow into nearby San Gariel River and Alamitos Bay. Though known to avoid humans, they have attacked several swimmers over the eyars, causing varying degree of injury. It is recommended to do the "stingray shuffle" with the feet while in the waters here. Stingrays don't like all the splash of attention. Of course, if you don't want to bother dancing in the water, just head for the sand to take in the sun or head north to the beaches of Long Beach/Belmont Shore.
Written Sep 5, 2006