Allocated on the coast of northwestern Orange County, Seal Beach is nestled between Long Beach and Huntington Beach with neighboring communities including Westminster and Los Alamitos. Once known as Bay City, Seal Beach embodies a quaint and small town atmosphere ideal for growing families. As a small beach town, the city offers a laid back vibe with quiet characteristics giving it a relaxing lifestyle to nearly 25,000 residents to date. Known as a tight knit community, Seal Beach is a safe and family oriented neighborhood to reside in.
Nearly two-thirds of the city comprising non residential land use, the city is also occupied with the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, the National Wildlife Refuge and the nationally recognized senior community also known as Leisure World.
With plenty of activities and sites to see, it is no wonder why this city attracts thousands of visitors each year making recreation an important factor in the local economy. Many attractions include a municipal pier, beach parks and a colonial downtown Old Town.
City Facts and Finds:
● Traveling in and out of Seal Beach, visitors have the luxury to choose between John Wayne Airport (SNA) and Los Angeles Airport (LAX). Seal Beach is 22 miles from SNA and 28 miles from LAX.
● Orange County is the perfect city for golfers with ideal weather and conditions, the city offers local golf courses including Navy Golf Course and Old Ranch Country Club and Practice Center.
● Seal Beach Pier is the second largest pier in California offering beach goers activities including surfing, kitesurfing, and biking.