Here on Catalina Island, spring marks the seasons of new beginnings. The island beautifully displays its springtime beauty with rolling green hillsides and marks of colored wildflowers all around following the winter months’ rainfall. Spring on Catalina Island is unlike any other experience. Here are a few of our favorite ways to enjoy this remarkable season on the island.
Bring the Whole Family
Catalina Island has something for everyone in the family, including grandparents and kids. All ages can find something to enjoy on the island, with easy access to golf carts. Take the kids to the Three Palms Arcade and treat grandparents to a couple’s massage.
Enjoy an Adult Beverage
The city of Avalon on Catalina Island is filled with a wide array of drinking establishments designed for all. Enjoy your favorite cocktail beachside at Descanso Beach Club or in a classic tiki bar at the Luau Larry’s. Avalon Grille might be the cocktail and wine experience you are looking for if you’re looking for something more upscale.
You can even participate in a Catalina Happy Hour Tour, as there are so many different places to experience on the island. Remember that the laws surrounding alcohol are the same on Catalina Island as they are in California. The minimum drinking age is 21 years old, and it is illegal to drive, even a golf cart, while under the influence.
Dip Your Toes
Springtime means the temperatures are rising, and the water surrounding the island becomes that much more inviting. Whether you want to take a leisurely dip or plan a scuba or snorkel adventure, Catalina Island has it all. Some great spots to check out include the Casino Dive Park or Lovers Cove, both in Avalon.
If you prefer other water activities, you can check out paddle boarding or kayaking on the island as well—capture unforgettable views of the island’s exterior, including secluded coves located all over.
Get Out of Town
While Avalon has so much to offer, it’s worth getting outside of the city to explore the incredible island in its entirety. There are multiple ways to explore the island, including partaking in a volunteer event with the Catalina Island Conservancy, hiking the Trans-Catalina Trail, or booking a guided tour of the island’s interior.
Make Memories at Hotel Catalina
Built in 1916, Hotel Catalina is a historic blue and white Victorian landmark seen when entering the harbor. Quietly nestled a few doors from Avalon Bay, this Catalina Island lodging offers all the charm and hospitality of Catalina’s yesteryear –yet you will feel right at home with all the modern amenities and conveniences of today.
Join us at Hotel Catalina, where we understand that life is meant for good friends and great adventures.
Book directly with us to ensure you get the best rates available. Visit our website for more information. If you’re ready to book, visit our online reservation system or give us a call at 310-510-0027.