Winter at Whites Landing, Catalina

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(310) 519-3172

  • Low Prices for a Beautiful Secluded Beach!
  • Winter Rates 15-20% off
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Whites Landing has the longest sandy beach on the island. Kayak, snorkel, hike or relax on the beach. Our cove is a 3 mile coastal tour from Avalon to a private island cove. You’re invited to explore our 25 acre glamping retreat.

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Lobster Hooping Excursion

Learn how to hoop net and catch the ‘Big Bugs’ (California Spiny Lobster)!

You keep your catch within California State lobster limits!

While waiting for the hoop nets to soak enjoy coffee, and hot chocolate around the campfire!

$125 per hour.

6 person maximum (2 person minimum).

A valid California Ocean Fishing License and Lobster Report Card is required (available at most tackle shops or sporting good stores).

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Late Morning and Late afternoon departures from Avalon to Whites Landing and morning and afternoon departures from Whites Landing to Avalon.  Please message us your arrival and departure times for your Catalina Express reservation and your preference and we will direct message your shuttle time. Cost is $180 round trip trip for up to 6 people (after 6 ppl it will start again at $180). Transportation will be either by boat or car (depending on conditions). Please put your preferred transport times under the “NOTES” section at checkout. Reservations must be made 72 hours in advance. Click here!

Alternative transportation options:

The hike from Avalon to Whites Landing is beautiful and scenic. The hike is about 10 miles with different elevations and does require a permit from the Catalina Island Conservancy.  The hike usually takes about 4 hours please text us before you leave Avalon and do not hike at dark!

This Shuttle will pick you up at the TrailHead in Avalon and transport you to Black Jack Junction and the Whites Landing Gate and you can hike down to camp. This hike is just 3 miles down and again very scenic. Permits are required through the Catalina Conservancy Trailhead office.

Catalina Shore Boats depart from Avalon.