Popular activities include body surfing, body boarding, diving, and tidepooling. This beach is a popular local spot and those wanting to see the blow hole.

Hazardous and rip conditions are present. The surf breaks off the reef to the south and is a shorebreak. The area is fairly rocky with reefs at the north and south ends. Sometimes small rips set up just to the north of the tower. There is no climbing, jump or dive off Arch Rock.

Surfing is not allowed at Pearl Street, but is allowed at Agate Street which is the reef just north. Surfing at Agate Street is black balled (not allowed) between 12:00PM and 5:00PM each day through the summer months (June 15th-September 15th).

If you do visit this area please do not take, collect or disturb any of the marine life. The taking or collecting of rocks, shells, or marine life is prohibited. Fishing is not allowed at this beach.

Laguna Beaches:

Irvine Cove, Crescent Bay, Shaw’s Cove, Boat Canyon, Diver’s Cove, Picnic Beach, Rockpile Beach, Main Beach, Sleepy Hollow, St. Ann’s Street, Thalia Street, Oak Street, Brooks Street, Mountain Road, Bluebird Canyon, Pearl Street, Wood’s Cove. Moss Point, Victoria Beach, Christmas Cove, Goff Cove, Treasure Island
Pearl Street

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