Beach Pier Drone Photography
Check out our Beach Pier Drone Photography collection below.
Manhattan Beach Pier Drone Photo
Manhattan Beach Pier built in 1920 is located in Los Angeles, CA and extends 928 feet from the beach. At the tip of the pier is the Roundhouse Marine Studies Lab & Aquarium and features the Volleyball Walk of Fame.
Westgate Cocoa Beach Pier Drone Photo
Westgate Cocoa Beach Pier built in 1962 is located on Florida’s Space Coast and extends 800 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. At the tip of the pier is the Rikki Tiki Tavern and the pier features more restaurants and bars.
Pismo Beach Pier Drone Photo
Pismo Beach Pier built in 1928 is located in the San Luis Obispo Bay and extends 1370 feet into the Pacific Ocean. The pier was shut down in 2017 and under went renovations which were completed in 2018.
Navy Pier Drone Photo
Navy Pier built in 1916 is located in Chicago and extends 3300 feet into Lake Michigan. The pier is home to many tourist attractions including parks, gardens, shops, restaurants and rides. Every year over two million tourists visit the Navy Pier
Bob Hall Pier Drone Photo
Bob Hall Pier built in 1950 is located on north end of Padre Island and extends 1240 feet into the Gulf of Mexico. The pier is a top destination for people wanting to fish but they do charge $2 per person and $2 per fishing pole.
Deerfield Beach Pier Drone Photo
Deerfield Beach Pier built in 1951 is located in north Broward County and extends 976 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The pier is a top destination for people wanting to fish but they do charge $4 and $1 for sightseers.
St. Thomas Paripe Pier Drone Photo
St. Thomas Paripe Ferry Terminal is located in Salvador, Brazil and extends into the Bay of All Saints.
St. Johns Pier Drone Photo
St. Johns County Pier built in 1939 is located in St. Augustine, Florida and extends 1344 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The pier closed in early 2020 for rehabilitation and renovations. They do charge individuals to use the pier, click here to learn more.
San Clemente Pier Drone Photo
San Clemente Pier built in 1928 is located in Orange County and extends 1296 feet into the Pacific Ocean. The current pier was rebuilt in 1985 after heavy storms damage the original pier. The pier is a popular attraction for fishing and surfing.
Imperial Beach Pier Drone Photo
Imperial Beach Pier, most recently rebuilt in 1989, is located in San Diego County and extends 1491 feet into the Pacific Ocean. Show up on any given day and you will see surfers lining the beach and along the pier pillars.
Santa Monica Pier Drone Photo
Santa Monica Pier built in 1909 is located in Los Angeles County and extends 1080 feet into the Pacific Ocean. The pier is home to Pacific Park which is a small amusement park on the pier. The pier can also be seen in many movies and tv shows produced in Hollywood.
Oceanside Pier Drone Photo
Oceanside Fishing Pier built in 1888 is located in San Diego County and extends 1954 feet into the Pacific Ocean. It is the longest public pier on the west coast. The pier has the Junior Seau Pier Amphitheatre at the base of it.
Ventura Pier Drone Photo
Ventura Pier built in 1872 is located in Ventura County and extends 1600 feet into the Pacific Ocean. Once used as a commercial warf, the ventura pier is now a public fishing and pedestrian walking pier.
Huntington Beach Pier Drone Photo
Huntington Beach Pier built in 1872 is located in Orange County and extends 1850 feet into the Pacific Ocean. At the end of the pier is Ruby’s Diner which is a great place to grab a hamburger and watch the sunset.
CocoCay Pier Drone Photo
CocoCay Pier built in 2019 is located in the bahamas and extends into the Atlantic Ocean. The pier is located on a private island for Royal Caribbean Cruises passengers.
Mexico Beach Pier Drone Photo
Mexico Beach Pier built in 1956 was located in Mexico Beach, Florida and extended 800 feet into the Gulf Of Mexico. Hurricane Michael washed away the pier and it is has no current plans to be rebuilt.