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Arena Cove Historic District

4 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Karenanne
Karenanne
November 23, 2018
Functioning pier from where you can watch boats, surfers and throw out a line to fish.
Peter
Peter
June 22, 2016
A great place for surfing, visiting and dining at "Chowder House" with great ocean views! This is where we celebrate annual Independence Day with fireworks and live music!
Carolyn
Carolyn
October 28, 2012
The Arena Theater opened in 1929 as a vaudeville playhouse. State-of-the-art digital projection, first-run movies and live shows. Gorgeous building.
Gary & Judy
Gary & Judy
November 14, 2011
See a small commercial fishing port and walk out on the pier for great views. Warm up at Pizza and Cream or The Chowder House nearby. You might be able to buy fresh fish or crab off the boats.

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