This year, we’ve reserved a beautiful site at Doheny State Beach. The site has a large paved shaded area, picnic tables, sinks, and BBQ grills. Also included is an alcohol waiver, so you are welcome to openly enjoy the beer or wine you bring to the event!
What and When
Canada Day at the Beach, means you will have plenty of time to do "beach things", so bring what you would like so you can lay out and tan, surf, play frisbee, bean bag toss, toss a football, play volleyball, whatever you enjoy at the beach! Here is the agenda for you to plan your day around:
Event is open
Our Canadian Mountie Arrives
Consulate General of Canada, James Villeneuve will give an address
Singing of our National Anthem, O Canada
BBQ grills open for Lunch
Our Canadian Mountie departs
Lighting the fire pit
BBQ grills open for Dinner
Gather around the fire pit for live music
What to Bring
- Whatever you would like to grill on a coal fired barbeque!
- Your favorite beer or wine*
- Paper plates, napkins and utensils
- Drinks and snacks
- Blankets, towels, and folding chairs
- Warmer cloths for the evening
* Our permit only allows for beer or wine. Please enjoy responsibly.
Parking fees are charged for motorized vehicles only. There is no charge if you walk (parking elsewhere locally) or ride a bike into the park.
All parking is on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees are payable in cash or credit card (but not American Express).
$2.oo per vehicle, per hour metered parking in main parking lot
$15.00 per vehicle (day-use fee)
$14.00 per vehicle (senior day-use fee)
Photo with a Mountie
The Consulate General of Canada is flying in a RCMP officer to join in our festivities! Have your picture taken with a Mountie, eh!