Monday, August 19, 2019

Have You Been to Newport Dunes?! Make the Most of Your Day Play, Reserve a Cottage Beachfront, Plus Labor Day Activities #NEWPORTDUNES

Newport Dunes - Day Play, RV, Camping, Cottages, Water Play and So Much More...

Last week we spent the day splashing around some pretty intense water play floats at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort !
Thank you Newport Dunes for the awesome day play and eats from Back Bay Bistro, all opinions are my own.

Have you been?!
So many inflatable water play stations out in the calmest, clearest Newport waters.

There are smaller inflatables as well as larger ones for little sand big kids to enjoy.

Fun water activities like paddle boats, canoes, stand up paddle boarding and more.

Take advantage of the beautiful bay at Newport Dunes with calm waters, lifeguards on site and life vests on hand.

The kids had an amazing time & so did I. Paddling around the bay and with in 10 feet from my kiddos play on and swimming around the inflatables!
Did you know...
You can park and day play, stay on site with your RV or reserve a cottage beachfront.
Look how cute they are.... We showed you them on our IG stories last visit. The one with the loft space looks like it would fit my family perfectly!

They also have a pool for their guests and the grounds are beautiful. Cabana rentals on site too. Just look at that view.

Make the most of your visit or celebration waterfront with catering from Back Bay Bistro too. We love the sandwiches and fresh fruit and veggies.

Fresh eats and treats. With an assortments of sweets I was happily on my way to enjoy watching the kids swim and water play.

The water play is amazing. Everything and anything from the inflatables, paddle boats, stand up paddle boards and more.
Get all the deets on these day activities and what you can do with pricing here.

Here is an upcoming event for Labor Day weekend too...
Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and Back Bay Bistro
Featuring Newport Dunes Water Park, Liquid Run, Boots on the Beach, the Inaugural Newport Beach Luau & More August 30–September 2, 2019
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and Back Bay Bistro are pleased to present a lineup of Labor Day weekend events beginning Friday, August 30 through Monday, September 2.
Bring the whole family to make a splash at Newport Dunes Water Park and the Liquid Run inflatable obstacle course, enjoy live music and entertainment with Boots on the Beach and Bands at the Bistro, indulge in a waterfront Luau feast and more.
All weekend long from 10 a.m.–6 p.m, Newport Dunes Water Park will be open for kids and adults alike to enjoy an array of water activities inside the secluded, tranquil bay.
Offering new, comfort-fitting and quick-drying, Super Soft life vests for kids, the one-of-a-kind waterscape includes brand new kayaks and two-person pedal boats, stand up paddleboards and electric Duffy boats available for rent.
The star summer attraction is the Inflatable Water Park, home to SoCal’s largest fleet of oversized inflatables, which is even bigger and better than last year and open through Labor Day weekend.
Saturday, August 31 through Monday, September 2, get amped for the Liquid Run taking place each day from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Set in Newport Dunes’ waveless bay, the largest inflatable obstacle course fun run features more than 50 obstacles to traverse atop clean, clear water. Between runs, enjoy music, a free Play Zone, food trucks, a Liquid Libations lounge and more.
On Saturday, August 31, experience the inaugural Newport Beach Luau from 6–9:30 p.m. Newport Dunes’ first-time event honors authentic Luau food and entertainment with Kane and Hula dancers, fire throwing and a traditional pig ceremony. Learn the history of the luau told through music, dance, drums, and chants while enjoying a delicious Hawaiian-style dinner under the stars with grilled chicken teriyaki, fresh pineapple, Kalua pulled pork and more. Sip cocktails from the Tiki Bar and savor the sunset along the Back Bay while basking in the ultimate luau experience.
Steps away at Newport Dunes’ waterfront restaurant, Back Bay Bistro, get your rock ‘n’ roll fix with a live performance by the nostalgia-fueled tribute band, Wayward Sons, on Saturday, August 31 from 8–10 p.m. Featuring the greatest hits of the ‘80s by Journey, Queen, Styx, Bon Jovi and others, the Los Angeles-based tribute band will have you dancing and singing along. Dinner during the show is available with special table seating. Experience Back Bay Bistro’s award-winning brunch, served Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Visit to make a reservation for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch and to view the full Bands at the Bistro events calendar.
On Sunday, September 1, dust off your cowboy boots for one of Newport Dunes’ most highly anticipated events of the summer, Boots on the Beach. Experience live performances by talented country performers including George Strait Tribute, Troubadour Experience, Blown Away, Carrie Underwood Tribute and special guests. Line dancing kicks off at 4:30 p.m. Enjoy full bar service, food truck concessions and country vendors available throughout the festival. No outside alcohol or food is permitted. All ages are welcome.
Extend your stay at the premier waterfront RV resort by reserving a luxury camping spot for a tent or RV, or booking a cozy beach cottage just a short walk from the entertainment and steps from Newport Dunes Water Park.

Newport Dunes Water Park | Daily, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Liquid Run | Saturday, August 31–Monday, September 2, 9 a.m.–6 p.m
Newport Beach Luau | Saturday, August 31, 6–9:30 p.m.
Wayward Sons | Saturday, August 31, 8–10 p.m.
Boots on the Beach | Sunday, September 1, 4:30–9 p.m.
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort & Back Bay Bistro
1131 Back Bay Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Newport Dunes Water Park | $25/2 hours
Liquid Run | $69–$99
Newport Beach Luau | $75–$99
Wayward Sons | $15–$20
Boots on the Beach |$5–$60, Children 10 and under are free.

Newport Dunes Water Park |
Liquid Run |
Newport Beach Luau |
Wayward Sons |
Boots on the Beach |

Summer is NOT over yet so keep the days filled with sandy beaches, swimming and lots of local fun!

1 comment:

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