Redondo Beach: Attractions and more...
The ‘Redondo Beach Pier’ stretches out on to Pacific Ocean. ‘Pier’ has been reconstructed as well as altered by redevelopments and storms. ‘Municipal Pier’ is its official name. The other name is ‘Endless Pier’. Previous versions were known as ‘Horseshoe Pier’ and ‘Pleasure Pier’. Plans for opening up a novel boutique hotel are in the pipeline. Repeated attempts of resuscitating the popularity of the area are being challenged by requirement of complying with regulations of California Coastal Conservancy.
Hopkins Wilderness Park
Hopkins Wilderness Park had been developed in the year 1977 as the center for nature study, camping, and conservation. It’s a shady, huge wilderness park having 2 huge ponds (with ducks). There’re self-guide nature walks as well. The other features are inclusive of streams, an amphitheater, cooking areas, overnight camping, picnic tables, and a visitors’ center. It remains open from 10:00 to 16:30 (Closed on Wednesdays).
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