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1 Washington Blvd
Marina del Rey, CA

ABOUT THE VENICE PIER:   (Following info from Coastal Conservancy and PierFishing.com) The 1,300-foot Venice Pier, built in 1963, was falling to pieces by the 1980s. It was closed and scheduled for demolition in 1986. Venice residents rallied to the cause, and after years of perseverance the pier was restored and reopened in 1997. The restored pier is fully accessible, with lights, benches, fish-cleaning stations, a 120-foot diameter circular end, and special cutouts for fishing and wheelchairs. The pier’s surface is cement and the rail height is 41 inches although several handicapped sections have a 28″ railing. It is managed by the City of Los Angeles, Parks and Recreation Department. Hours: Open from 6 a.m. to midnight.

Dine, drink and celebrate at Washington Square! The southern end of Venice is home to the 1,300 foot Venice Pier. and an upscale area known to locals as Washington Square. The crowds are good looking and the party is steady. Great restaurants, bars, surf and skate shops, and people watching are the main activities in this neighborhood. The Venice Pier, beach, and parking is located at the south end of Washington Blvd. The Venice Canals are located one block north of the corner of Washington Blvd. and Pacific Ave.   Dine and drink here!

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