Marina del Rey is an unincorporated beachfront hamlet in Los Angeles County, California, with an eponymous port that serves as a significant boating and water recreation destination for the Los Angeles region. The port is home to over 5,000 boats and is North America's biggest man-made small-craft harbor. Paddleboard and kayak rentals, meal cruises, and boat charters are among the many lands and marine activities available in the region. Bicycling on various bicycle trails, strolling pathways along the coastline, and birding are among the land activities. California sea lions and harbor seals are among the wildlife to be seen. Dolphins and whales are occasionally seen in the harbor's deeper waters. This Westside location is about 4 miles south of Santa Monica, 4 miles north of LAX, and 12.5 miles west-southwest of Downtown Los Angeles.
Before its development as a small-craft harbor, the land that is now Marina del Rey was a salt-marsh fed by fresh water from Ballona Creek, which was frequented by duck hunters and their hunting club, as well as birdwatchers from the Los Angeles Audubon Society and the Cooper Ornithological Club's southern chapter. The region was referred to as mudflats by Burton W. Chace, a former councilor of the City of Long Beach who subsequently became a member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors; however, it is now more appropriately referred to as an estuary and wetland.
The city of Los Angeles surrounds the marina and the unincorporated residential and commercial enclave of Marina del Rey on all sides. The beach-style residences on the inner section of the coastal strand and the beach west of the harbor are located inside Los Angeles municipal boundaries, but they share the same zip code as Marina del Rey. The Marina Peninsula is the name of the coastal strand that surrounds the Ballona Lagoon Marine Preserve, an estuary inlet. Via Dolce is the municipal route that separates Los Angeles from Marina del Rey, an unincorporated district of Los Angeles County.
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