Two Harbors is a small village with a population of 150 that lies right on the isthmus of Santa Catalina Island. Two Harbors is a popular boating destination for Angelenos due to its protective natural cove. Yet, it provides isolation in a beautiful natural setting. It can be used as a base for other activities, such as kayaking, diving and hiking.

Get in edit

Two Harbors is accessible by private boats or via the Catalina Express ferry from San Pedro.

Get around edit

The three most popular options are: kayak, bicycle and feet. There is also a back country day tour available for rental using a Hummer for transportation on the West End's dirt roads. A Safari Bus (passenger van) provides intra-island transportation to Avalon, Santa Catalina Airport, Little Harbor, and the trailhead at Black Jack Junction.

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Do edit

  • Camping at Hermit Gulch, Little Harbor, Blackjack, Parson's Landing and Two Harbors.

Buy edit

  • Two Harbors General Store. About the only source of goods and foods in the West End of Catalina. It is open year-round.

Eat edit

  • Harbor Reef Restaurant, +1 310 510-4233. Open year-round in Two Harbors.
  • West End Galley. For quick and casual sandwiches and snacks

Drink edit

  • Harbor Reef Saloon.

Sleep edit

  • Banning House Lodge, +1 310 510-2800. 11-room inn with rooms ranging from $125 (off season) to over $250 (peak season).
  • Catalina Cabins, +1 310 510-2800. Economical accommodations available from November through April.

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