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Runners begin the 10K race in last year’s Dana Point Turkey Trot. Photo by Andrea Swayne
Runners begin the 10K race in last year’s Dana Point Turkey Trot. Photo by Andrea Swayne

Dana Point Times

Dana Point Police Services will implement the following road closures around Dana Point Harbor on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28 for the 36th annual Turkey Trot.

Noon to midnight—Dana Point Harbor Drive from Golden Lantern to Casitas Place

 5 a.m. to noon—Southbound Golden Lantern from Lantern Bay Drive to Dana Point Harbor Drive (This closure will not impact access to the Harbor, with limited access to vendors.)

6:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.—Dana Point Harbor Drive from Golden Lantern to eastbound Pacific Coast Highway (This closure will impact access to Puerto Place, Embarcadero Marina and launch ramp, Mariner’s Village and Dana Wharf parking lots and Doheny State Beach.)

6:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.—Dana Point Harbor Drive from Island Way to the Ocean Institute (This closure will impact access to the Marina Inn, Dana Point Harbor OC Sailing & Events Center, Ocean Institute and businesses, yacht clubs and parking lots on the Harbor island.)

Authorities recommend that Harbor visitors on Thanksgiving Day between 6:30 a.m. and noon plan their trip accordingly and allow extra time. Questions about these road closures can be directed to Deputy Kami Horvath at 949.248.3517 or khorvath@ocsd.org.

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