Welcome to the Home of the Aliso Beach Website. We hope you enjoy your visit to the website and tell your friends! Aliso Beach is one of the treasures of the Laguna Beach Coastline. Warm weather, cool ocean breezes, soft sand, inviting blue-green ocean waters, palm trees, magnificent waves and picturesque sunsets are all a part of the personality and charm of Aliso Beach. This website was created to honor and give back to this beach because it has provided so many friendships and memorable days that we feel compelled to tell its story and bring attention to the need to protect this fragile marine ecosystem and tourist destination. Aliso Beach faces challenges due to urban run-off that is delivered by Aliso Creek. Take a look around when driving through the parking lot, there are signs along the northern part of the parking lot and at the edge of the beach that warn of contact with the water at Aliso Beach. How could something so beautiful come with such risks to your health? It has been this way ever since I can remember and as someone passionate about Aliso Beach, I don’t want anyone to get sick enjoying this beautiful place. It doesn’t have to be that way! Aliso Beach has an amazing history. We wanted to tell it as best we could and will continue to look for people in the community to add value to the history and stories told. In step with making this a community website, we are encouraging people to contribute to the website. The website also talks about the things you can do at Aliso Beach including all of the wave riding and water sports that are so popular here. It provides information on things like parking options, the Sand’s Cafe, eating area restrooms, showers, fire pits, tide pools and the children’s playgrounds. As a way of honoring the lifeguard service provided by the County Of Orange, we have given attention to the work they do and have made recommendations to beach visitors to speak with them when bringing family and children to the beach to ensure their safety. In support of their efforts we have explained the flag warnings (green, yellow and red) and gone out of our way to show potential beach visitors the warning signs that give them valuable information on how to be safe in and around the ocean waters of Aliso Beach. So that everyone can enjoy Aliso Beach responsibly today, tomorrow and for years to come, the website highlights Aliso Beach Park Rules that are good for everyone that visits the beach! For those of you that want to give back and have an interest in Aliso Beach Art, you may purchase art from Scotty Carter featuring waves, birds, and landscapes from Aliso Beach. 30% of the proceeds of each sale will be given in your name to charities that support the preservation of Aliso Beach. We can’t think of a better way to support your favorite beaches and contribute to protecting it so future generations will be able to enjoy it too! Thanks for visiting!