Laguna Niguel is located at the southern tip of the San Joaquin Hills, which is a southern coastal mountain range. The city fills a small basin, making the whole city's geography have a hilly nature. This has developed a strong hiking and biking culture. The Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park is an excellent opportunity to see the outdoors and take a relaxing hike through nature. Additionally, located within the Laguna Niguel Regional Park is Laguna Niguel's 44 acre lake. The lake is stocked with bass and trout to allow for fishing, and poles, boats, and float tubes are available for rent. Enjoy a soothing and fun afternoon on the water without having to leave the city. The lake is located within the Regional Park, which houses numerous suburban recreational areas, including volleyball, tennis, cycling and jogging, as well as picnic areas.

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Being on the hill overlooking the ocean, Laguna Niguel combines the best of inland living with the luxury and recreation of ocean culture. While Laguna Niguel does not border the Pacific Ocean, the city hugs Laguna Beach, which means you are always a few minutes away from the coastline. Homes in Laguna Niguel are significantly less expensive than coastal properties, but they still provide all the luxurious benefits.

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