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This is a nice out the way park, it is very clean, since it is off the beaten path, it remains uncrowded. It is a very nice place to walk, nice views of the downtown skyline and the boats going by. Probably your best bet...More
This is a nice place to stroll along the waterway and look at the boats and skyline. We were there at sunset to watch the sun sink over Point Loma. The light was brilliantly reflected in the building across the harbor. The park is easy...More
This outs a small and quiet place to relax or enjoy watching the boats go by. There are a lot of similar places around the bay, but this is one of the best because it's not touristy and therefore relatively private.
Beautiful section of continuous trail going to Liberty Station or toward Seaport Village. Plenty of parking, "Go" bike rentals and a small beach area with sand. Restroom available. Views of the city as well as boat watching.
Marks an historical landmark, the 1769 meeting of Gaspar DePortola and Father Junipero Serra expeditions. Located at the west basin along North Harbor Drive, it offers a long narrow grassy spread, shade trees, a playground, sandy beach and views of the marina, hotels and boats.
Of course the kumayaayay native Americans inhabited this beautiful spot for centuries before the Europeans had ever heard of the New World. But Spanish Landing is special to both San Diegans and Californians. Located across from San Diego Airport (Lindbergh Field) and looking outward toward...More