O.C. At Night: Best Sunset Spots

Photo credit: Ryan Longnecker

At the top of Panorama Trail in Fullerton, which overlooks the Coyote Hills Golf Course. You can see Los Angeles on a clear day from one side and the big “A” from Angel Stadium on the other side. It’s a nice lookout point to stop for a bit and take it all in. @madds_smithy

The Huntington Beach Pier makes a gorgeous background with the sunset! Plus, the HB vibe is so casual and relaxing, it’s exactly what I think of when picturing Southern California! @itsthatocgirl

John Wayne Park (Newport Beach) @marisagrit

Castaways Park overlooking Newport Bay has sweeping views of the bay, the Pacific, and PCH. It smells like sage and brine and feels like the best-kept secret. But I’ll share it with you guys. @bitsyhollandaire

Crystal Cove is my favorite with a close 2nd the lookout at Big Corona looking over to the Wedge and Balboa Bay & Peninsula. Paradise… @jarmfield7

Obviously from the patio at the Shake Shack in Crystal Cove! @katierivero

Salt Creek Beach Park at the top of the bluff or from the bridge right behind it. Because the sun sets either north, south, or over Catalina and the sherbet-colored sky is framed by palm trees. You can also see the reflection of the sun on the waves as they lap the shore. There is plenty of parking, the grassy knoll is a perfect place to share a bottle of wine, and every spot on the hill provides a fantastic view! @bellavitalaguna

Top of the World in Laguna Beach. If ambitious, hike the boat canyon trail in Laguna to the overlook point. @kenkadz

Pines Park in Capo Beach! @bowmangroupmedia

Dana Point or San Clemente pier @ms_forever_hungry

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