Facilities: There are long wooden benches nicely designed for anglers, fish-cleaning stations, restrooms, and lights. There is limited one and two-hour free street parking but most people park at the large beach parking lot adjacent to the pier — $3 for two hours or $10 for the day. Across the street is “The Hangout Restaurant & Bar,” a local favorite that serves up really good breakfasts. Unlike some of the more celebrated SoCal beach towns, Seal Beach is a family town with a small-town, friendly, relaxed atmosphere. It’s a nice place to visit—or live.
Handicapped Facilities: Although there is handicapped parking, the restrooms are not equipped for the handicapped. The pier surface is wood and cement and the rail height is 43 inches. Posted for handicapped.
Location: 33.737188352323436 N. Latitude, 118.10789823532104 W. Longitude
How To Get There: From the Pacific Coast Highway simply take Main St. west and follow it to the pier.
Management: City of Seal Beach.