Treat the entire family to a day of fun in the sun at Will Rogers State Beach, a pristine, two-mile beach park that lies along the Pacific Coast Highway in Southern California. Named for the late actor Will Rogers, who owned this strip of land, the beach is now a state park. There's something for everyone! Throw your towel down on the sparkling sand and work on that tan as you watch surfers catch some waves, or get your heart rate up with pickup volleyball on the immaculate courts. Take a leisurely ride along the bike path, the southern terminus of the South Bay Bicycle Trail that extends 19 miles up the coast, or grab your snorkel for a little skin diving. Beach bums flock to Will Rogers State Beach throughout the year to enjoy the huge waves, clear waters and mild climate, which is warm in the summer and balmy during wintertime.