Woodland Hills Beaches

There are a lot of great reasons to go to a a beach in Woodland Hills, CA. Getting out in the open, enjoying the water, and spending quality time with your family and friends to name a few.

Finding the perfect swimming beach in Woodland Hills with lots of room for activities on the beach is easier than you think. If you could use some help with locating a beach in your area, then find one using our table below. Enter the beach name, your city, or your zip code to filter results.

Beaches Near Woodland Hills

Beaches may be temporarily closed because of water quality concerns as a result of unexpected events like E. Coli outbreaks, excessive rainwater, or flooding. Check the website of the beach before you go to the beach for updates on water quality.

Keep in mind that the weather on a beach is usually different than what you see in the city. Wind is usually colder and gusty when it is coming off the water.

Woodland Hills, CA Beach Guidelines

While different beaches in Woodland Hills will have different rules for using the beach, be prepared to abide to these common guidelines for every beach in Woodland Hills that you visit:

  • Pick up after yourself.
  • Alcoholic beverages is not allowed.
  • You must swim inside the permitted regions for beach goers.
  • Just about all Woodland Hills beaches have curfews with the exception for special occasions.
  • Look for signs for guidance on fires on the beach as they could be not permitted or you must follow strict guidelines.
  • Always know that you’re entering the water at your own risk, regardless if there’s a lifeguard on duty.

Woodland Hills Beach Travel Tips

  1. Bring plenty of layers. Even if you’re anticipating a hot day in Woodland Hills, you should know that the weather at the beach can change very quickly. It’s especially necessary if you are planning on going for a swim, so pack enough dry items including sweaters, towels, pants, and shoes.
  2. Don’t forget the towels. Remember to bring a bunch of beach towels prior to leaving for the beach. This is even more necessary if you’re taking young kids with you or if you are planning on going for a swim.
  3. Where are the public bathrooms. Bathroom information may be the least of your worries before you plan your beach visit. But you don’t want to be stuck in a spot where you must go to the restroom fast but you can’t find one nearby. If you’re unable to find bathroom information on the beach’s website, then you should plan on the fact that a public restroom or facility isn’t open. Make sure you use the bathroom before leaving for the beach.
  4. Bring a mesh bag for your stuff. It’s convenient to find a purse, grocery bag, or waterproof duffle bag to store beach items like pillows, shovels, speakersinflatables, and Personal Flotation Devices. However, these bags trap water from leaving, causing mildew problems or just keeping beach items from airing out.
  5. Grab a shady area. If you know that locating a shady spot could be difficult, or if you know that there may not be many shady spots around, pack your own shade! Use a beach umbrella, pop up tent, or similar equipment that provides shade. Be sure that you use something that has great ventilation.
  6. Avoid Littering. It’s not enjoyable to visit a garbage ridden beach. Whenever you bring stuff to the beach, you are expected pick up after yourself. Make sure to throw away your garbage in an appropriate trash or recycling receptacles.
  7. Don’t swim outside of the specified swim area. If there is a designated swim area it is probably dangerous to swim beyond the area. The area may have dangerous objects under the water, be frequented by boaters, or is not monitored by lifeguards.
  8. Is there a lifeguard on duty? Many frequently visited beaches in Woodland Hills will have a lifeguard on duty, however do not assume that a lifeguard being present. While walking to the beach, search for lifeguard on duty signs. Sometimes they list lifeguard hours.