Seal Beach is located on the Pacific Ocean in the northwestern-most corner of Orange County. It is only 25 miles south of Los Angeles and boasts beautiful, expansive beaches and mild weather. With summer highs in the low 80s and winter lows in the 40s, Seal Beach is an ideal place to live. In 2012, Seal Beach was listed No. 4 on the Forbes list of America's Most Friendly Towns.
Lincoln Military Housing offers 188 homes within two communities serving the Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach.
Within easy driving distance of all of Southern California's major attractions, Seal Beach is less than a half-hour from Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Long Beach's Aquarium of the Pacific, and less than one hour from Universal City Walk, the many sights and sounds of Los Angeles, and just an hour and a half drive from San Diego.
A few of Seal Beach's most noted attractions and activities include the National Wildlife Refuge—a wintering spot for migrating birds -- the Seal Beach Pier where fishing is permitted, the Red Car Museum, and, of course, an abundance of water sports, including boating, fishing, surfing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding and windsurfing. While all of the amenities of the big cities that border Seal Beach are nearby, the community itself still feels like a small town with a quaint downtown featuring a tree-lined Main Street, dotted with surf shops, kite and bicycle shops, and an offering of cafes and other eateries.