Bayside Drive Park is a pleasant surprise to those who spend time exploring Corona del Mar. This green island along Bayside ... More
Bayside Drive Park
Bayside Drive Park is a pleasant surprise to those who spend time exploring Corona del Mar. This green island along Bayside Drive is found in an area once known as Pacific Gulch. With no parking, visitors need to be creative on routing in order to see it. The easiest way: drive on the scenic Bayside Drive from Newport Bay. The locals' favorite way is to bike along the line of million-dollar homes on Goldenrod Avenue. Right above the gulch, the two sections of Goldenrod Avenue are connected by the historic Goldenrod Footbridge. Built in 1928 for $10,884, the bridge was meant to provide easy access to the beach. Today, the 243-feet flower-adorned bridge symbolizes the quaint beauty of Corona del Mar. – Hoiyin Ip
New American cuisine comes to life in this custom designed location overlooking the harbor in Newport Beach, California. Award winning
Executive Chef Paul Gstrein brings culinary drama to his inventive dishes for lunch, dinner and the enormously popular Champagne ...
The area is 900 acres of estuary, marsh, and coastal sage scrub habit. Six endangered bird species are found here.
Seventy species of fish use the bay and during winter migration thousands of shorebirds and ducks either visit or ...
\"Newport Beach's fun gondola company,\" this company provides romantic gondola cruises in authentic Venetian rowing gondolas in Newport Harbor for
any special occasion which evoke all the romance and lively fun that is synonymous with Italy. Reservations are limited. ...
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