Filed underOut And About LA
By Deb Flomberg
One of the most beautiful parks in the Palos Verdes area is Point Fermin Park, with a lot of great things to do and see in this stunning open park. Bring the family, pack a picnic, grab the dog, and prepare for a fun day of enjoying all the different amenities at the park. Depending on when you arrive, you may also be able to take advantage of some of the different events that happen here, from live theatre to tours of the historic lighthouse, everything is sure to be a great time for you and your whole family.
At around 37 acres, Point Fermin Park is a picturesque park with a lot of different areas to enjoy. You can simply bring a picnic lunch and relax in the shade under the huge fig trees, play a game of Frisbee or fly a kite. Or you can check out the whale-watching station and the coin-operated telescopes and do some truly impressive sightseeing. Take the kids to the playground and watch them enjoy the equipment or use the barbecue grills and really have a fantastic lunch.
Also located at Point Fermin Park is the historic Point Fermin Lighthouse. This historic location was built in 1874 and is home to the first navigational light into the San Pedro Bay. The lighthouse is open Tuesday through Sunday for tours. You can take a self-guided tour during the open hours, or enjoy one of the guided tours of the lighthouse every hour during specified times.
If you are a fan of Shakespeare, then you’ll also want to enjoy Shakespeare by the Sea, a company that brings live performances to the outdoor theatre at Point Fermin Park. This is a wonderful way to introduce the whole family to the world of Shakespeare, and everyone is sure to love the show when you can enjoy it outside in such a scenic and beautiful location.
When you set out to enjoy your day at Point Fermin Park, consider arriving in your 2013 C250 Sport Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll love taking the drive to this beautiful destination in such elegant style, as you and your whole family ride in luxury and comfort. Plus, you’ll have all the room you need for your picnic, your blanket, and anything else you’d like to bring to enjoy during your time at this stunning park.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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