After dreaming of ocean breezes and stellar sunsets, Dana Point welcomes you to safely experience your close-to-home, seaside town once again.
As a destination, Dana Point is committed to providing our visitors with an experience that is as safe, memorable, and enjoyable as possible. While considering visiting Dana Point, please be prepared to follow safety guidelines deemed necessary by the CDC, State of California, and county of Orange.
TRAVEL SAFE. TRAVEL CONFIDENTLY.
Face Coverings: Governor Newsom and the California Department of Public Health announced that face masks are required in the State of California* as of June 28, 2020, for those ages three and older.
Keep Your Distance: Practicing physical distancing is required. Please remain six feet away from those not in your traveling party at all times.
For outdoor fun, you’ve come to the right place! Enjoy our gorgeous beaches, parks and trails. We just ask that you follow the guidelines and orders as we want to keep Dana Point a safe destination for you, our visitors.
Many resorts and businesses in Dana Point have completed the rigorous programs set forth by health professionals, State of California and industry associations, such as the American Hotel & Lodging Association, Global Biorisk Advisory Council, CDC, and more to keep you safe. Click on the links below to learn more:
Open Resorts and Hotels in Dana Point
Visit Dana Point joins Visit California in its call for safe and responsible travel throughout the state this summer and beyond. We support the Responsible Travel Code launched earlier this month, which asks visitors to travel with RESPECT by committing to seven best practices when exploring the Golden State:
The code marries the imperative to travel safely amid the coronavirus pandemic with California’s ongoing effort to encourage visitors, tourism industry partners and Californians to create a sustainable and respectful environment for all. As the code’s preamble pinpoints, “Respect is the key to keeping each other safe and all of California’s precious and fragile beauty protected, today and tomorrow.”