LA trashy galore spot to have a Birthday – bonfire Dockwiler beach near LAX.
Having a bonfire at the Dockwiler beach near LAX was a pretty rad way to celebrate one of the round dates with friends and colleagues from work. We have very few pics from that day since we were too lost in the moment while entertaining and having a good time ourselves. Here’s a quick walk up video of the beach to give you a good idea of what to expect from the Docwiler beach.
Please enjoy the mini album to get an idea.
Dockwiler state beach is one of the few beaches in Southern California where the Bonfires are allowed and have designated fire pits. The other 9 are listed bellow:
Bonfire beaches southern California
Bolsa Chica Beach.
You will have the planes continuously taking off over your head throughout the day. The beaming airplane lights are especially impressive at night.
I got the idea of having a birthday bonfire at Dockwiler beach when I was invited for one at one of my old friends birthday bashes that took place on the same beach in Socal.
Low Cost Parking at the Dockwiler beach.
The first 300 vehicles at the Imperial Highway entrance to the parking lots Monday through Friday will pay $3 to park. Low Cost Parking incentive alone makes it an ideal place for a bonfire at the beach. On weekends and holidays, the first 300 vehicles will pay $5. All other vehicles will pay the regular summer rate of $8 on weekdays and $13 on weekends and holidays.
The current rate will be posted at the lot entrance, and it will be updated when the rates increase after the first 300 vehicles.
Tip: If you want a fire pit for bonfires at Dockweiler State Beach you will have to claim it early. Very early! During the summer people have to come at dawn so that you can finally fire up the wood at dusk.
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