Seven miles of beautiful Pacific waterfront make Laguna Beach one of California's most iconic coastal cities. The relentlessly gorgeous weather doesn't hurt, either. Highs are between the high 60s and high 70s all year round. The area's long May-September summers see almost no rainfall. Crystal Cove State Park sits just north of Laguna Beach and offers a diverse array of outdoor activities. Scuba diving along the area's 3.2 miles of beachfront is a popular pastime. A bit further inland, mountain biking is a big draw. Be sure that you match your trail choice to your experience level, though. Some of the trails here, particularly the Rattlesnake, can be quite difficult for beginners! If you're looking to spend the night outdoors, visit the Moro Campground. Pick a site on high ground for some beautiful area views. Note that Orange County's park rangers can get pretty strict about noise levels at night. This makes it a slightly less-than-ideal spot for large parties of party people! Small groups and couples should find this area perfect, though.