The Department of Beaches and Harbors manages 17 parking lots and one Recreational Vehicle Park at our beach locations in Los Angeles County and 15 in Marina del Rey. Parking fees are used to clean and sanitize the beaches and to insure that facilities are properly maintained. For parking rate information, or to report a broken machine, please call Modern Parking Inc. at 310-821-1081. Overnight parking for Recreational Vehicles is available only at Dockweiler Beach Recreational Vehicle Park.
Overnight parking is permitted only for cars and boat trailers at the Public Boat Launch Ramp, or vehicles only throughout Marina del Rey. A parking receipt must be displayed right-side up on the dashboard for each day that the vehicle is parked in the Launch Ramp parking.
No other overnight parking is permitted.
Certain California State Parks (not managed by the Department of Beaches and Harbors) allow overnight parking. State passes are not honored at parking lots operated by the County.
Free parking is available for vehicles displaying a legal disabled placard or license plate on non-holiday weekdays at lots that are either staffed or un-gated.
Annual beach parking passes are available for purchase through mail-in application or in person at 14110 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, or at the White Point kiosk when staffed (please call 310-821-1081 for staffing information). When applying by mail, please do not send cash: we accept checks or money orders only.
The Annual Pass ends one year after purchase.
The Annual Pass is valid for use at both the Grand Avenue and White Point/Royal Palms lots, except for weekends and holidays from Memorial Day through Labor Day, before 4:00PM. The pass is restricted for use at these two lots, and cannot be used at any other beach lot. The pass is also not transferable from one vehicle to another. The pass cannot be used for RV's or vehicles over 20 feet.
The cost of the pass is $150. To obtain a pass, please complete the application and submit it to the address noted below along with a check in the amount of $150 made payable to Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors.