Dana Point Harbor welcomes back the community with “You, Me + Vitamin Sea,” offering a full schedule of outdoor summer entertainment as the retailers, restaurants, marina, and hotel in the Harbor open for shopping, dining and activities.
Load up the family vehicle for a drive-in movie experience as Dana Point Harbor presents Disney’s Moana on July 16. Enjoy live music from 6:30pm, before the movie starts around 8pm at sunset. Tickets are $25 per car and available for purchase at eventbrite.com.
Every Thursday through July welcomes live music performances at The Wharf Courtyard by Frisby Cellars and Jon’s Fish Market from 4-6 p.m. Singer-songwriter Zach Churchill will perform on June 25, July 9 and 16 and country pop artist Olivia Ooms will take the stage July 2, 23 and 30.
Dana Point Harbor restaurants are offering outdoor and waterside dining in extended patio areas, in addition to curbside pickup and delivery options. Inside dining is closed. Retailers are welcoming in-store shopping as well as curbside delivery options from select stores.
The newly renovated Dana Point Marina Inn is open for the next vacation to relax poolside while soaking in the Harbor views. The hotel has recently become pet-friendly so your furry friend can enjoy a vacation as well.
For adventures out on the water, boaters can reserve a guest slip at The Marina at Dana Point and use code “SEA2020” to receive 20% off their reservation. Captain Dave’s Dolphin & Whale Watching Safari and Dana Wharf Sportfishing & Whale Watching are offering reduced capacity whale watching trips to experience blue whales, humpback whales, and more.
Dana Point Harbor Partners remains committed to the health and wellness of harbor guests, employees, and the community. Directional signage has been placed throughout the Harbor to promote physical distancing. Cleaning and sanitation has increased in all common areas and restrooms throughout the harbor. Restaurants and retailers have additional safety protocols in place, visitors are encouraged to contact individual businesses for their guidelines.