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To accommodate the number of guests that could be visiting the Dana Point Harbor, county officials will implement the following actions:

Catalina Express customers, merchant and restaurant employees will be directed to park at the Embaracdero one-acre parcel on Monday, Sept. 4.

Boaters with gate cards or windshield passes will have access to the boater lots.

According to officials:

  • Depending on the weather, public parking and picnic areas will fill early
  • Marina parking lots will be staffed
  • Boaters-plan ahead and bring supplies to the boats early
  • Attendants will monitor parking during the weekend
  • Campers, R.V.s and trailers are prohibited in marina lots and may be towed
  • Those who have guests visiting, make plans to meet them at the parking gate
  • Marina staff will monitor availability and use discretion regarding the number of guest vehicles admitted into the lots
  • Encourage guests to carpool and use on-street parking.

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