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This seaside community is in an unincorporated section of Los Angeles, southeast of Venice and north of Playa del Rey. It has a population of 8,866 within its 1.5 square mile area. The marina is the largest man-made small-craft harbor in North America, housing 5,000 boats. The surrounding area consists of restaurants, condos, hotels, and shops, as well as the University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute, UCLA Marina Aquatic Center, and Loyola Marymount’s University boathouse.Visit Us
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Marina del Rey has everything you could want in a Westside location. The landscape is one-of-kind with beautiful views and natural wildlife. From water activities like parasailing, paddleboarding, boating, sailing lessons, kayaking, and jet skiing, to free weekend concerts and great shopping options, this place has it all. You can whale watch during migration season, and even try an open-water fishing excursion and catch your dinner. It’s also a stone’s throw away from Venice Beach, if that’s more your vibe. Fisherman’s Village is a section of the marina with restaurants, tours, rentals, and kitschy shops. Marvin Braude Bike Path passes through the marina so that you can enjoy the views on two wheels.
The waterfront, the wildlife, the surrounding beach - what’s not to love? You can also see the snow-capped Mt. Baldy on a clear day.
You’ll get plenty of fresh air and sunshine with all the surfing, paddle boarding, boating, fishing, cycling, and seaside parks at your fingertips.
Enjoy a dinner dance cruises on the water, an outdoor concert, or warm up next to a cozy fire as the sun goes down.
Did you know that Marina del Rey was originally a salt marsh that was often visited by duck hunters?
It was fed by the fresh water flowing in from Ballona Creek, and was a lively spot for wildlife. The land was eventually purchased and renamed “Del Rey”, and what was previously Port Bollana was renamed Playa del Rey. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a loan to construct the marina in 1953. Before construction was complete, a winter storm caused extreme damage to the marina and anchored boats. A breakwater was eventually built at the mouth of the marina to help prevent further destruction. From there, hotels, apartment complexes, and shopping centers were built to make the marina an enticing tourist destination.
Marina del Rey is full of interesting facts and trivia. The Shoshone and Tongva Indians were the first inhabitants of this area, and they lived along the bluffs. They shared the fishing and hunting with some of the first Spanish explorers. The name Marina del Rey translates as “Habor of the King”. The size of the marina is only 800 acres, and half of that is underwater. The original vision for Marina del Rey started in 1887, but didn’t become established until President Kennedy signed H.R. 157 in 1965.