Best Neighborhoods in Long Beach with Easy Access to Weed

We Love Long Beach
January 19, 2022

Long Beach is California's sixth most populous city, located along the coast in Southern California, south of Los Angeles and around two hours north of San Diego. If you've always wanted to experience a city by the water with exciting nightlife and year-round sunshine, then Long Beach is a must-visit destination.

The city is recognized for its waterfront attractions, including the docked RMS Queen Mary and the Pacific Aquarium. Long Beach is also home to the Long Beach Grand Prix, an IndyCar race, and the Long Beach Pride Festival and Parade. Not to mention, Long Beach boasts an incredibly diversified population. Let's take a look at some of the best neighborhoods in Long Beach with easy access to cannabis.

Belmont Shores
There are many great neighborhoods in Long Beach. One of the best places to live in Southern California is Belmont Shores. Living in Belmont Shores is a blend of urban and suburban living. Belmont Shores is surrounded by many restaurants, parks, coffee shops, bars, cannabis dispensaries, and lively businesses.

Pine Avenue
Long Beach's past and future come together on Pine Avenue. This avenue has all the international flair of a classic European neighborhood, but its name "Pine Avenue" speaks of its uniquely American heritage. Modern businesses and restaurants are housed in historic buildings from the 1920s and 1930s that have been meticulously conserved. When you visit Pine Avenue, you will find the best selections of cannabis dispensaries, fine eating, and entertainment in Southern California.

Rose Park
The Alamitos Land Company donated the Rose Park to the city in 1910. Subdivisions of Rose park neighborhoods began in 1905 and continued until 1921. The majority of the homes built during this time, from the early 1900s through the 1920s, are Craftsman bungalows. Houses in the district were built in the Prairie Revival style in the 1920s. Ranch style and Neo-Traditional houses can be seen. Multiple cannabis dispensaries and restaurants surround Rose Park.

West Side
A notable mention is the West side of Long Beach, which is apart from the rest of the city by the Los Angeles River and the Long Beach Freeway. Small businesses thrive in this city area. There are three parks on the west side, including Silverado Park, a popular skate park, and Admiral Kidd Park, which is over 12.29 acres. Westside is home to multiple cannabis dispensaries including Chronic Long Beach Dispensary.

The vibrant city of Long Beach is home to the cannabis lifestyle, which has played a significant part in the city's culture and social justice movements. 

Chronic Long Beach is Long Beach's premier cannabis dispensary. Chronic LB has been serving the Long Beach community since 2010 and is a founding member of the Long Beach Collective Association. Chronic LB was instrumental in the passage of Measure MM and the reintroduction of cannabis into the city of Long Beach, and are strong and vocal supporters of safe cannabis access.