The Saratoga Avenue beach in Ocean Beach, San Diego is part of the stretch of beach that is most popular for boogie boarders, body surfers and people hanging out on the large grassy area adjacent to the beach and the lifeguard station parking lot. The grassy area is known as Saratoga Park. Most notable about this beach is that it seems to be the ideal location for parking, food, showers, lifeguards, Newport Avenue and the ocean.
The Original Dog Beach In San Diego, CA is nationally famous and one of the first official leash-free beaches in the United States. It is a landmark in the community of Ocean Beach at the end of I-8 at the mouth of the San Diego River. Dog Beach is a special place where people and pets, beach lovers and surfers celebrate the spirit of Ocean Beach, California, one of southern California's last true beach towns.
Located along the San Diego River, Robb Field Athletic Field is a great place for the entire family to enjoy the day. Complete with an Adult Fitness Club, two lighted outdoor basketball courts, eight softball fields (one lighted), five unlighted multipurpose fields, twelve lighted tennis courts, four lighted outdoor handball courts, one tennis practice wall, one sand tiny tot playground area, picnic area, permanent rugby goals, portable soccer goals, skateboard park, one meeting room, recycle bins and much more. Robb Field also offers the City's first Skateboard Park which opened in 2000.
Located between Nimitz Blvd. and Sunset Cliffs Blvd., Dusty Rhodes park is a great place for the entire family to enjoy the day. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes left this land as a place for family and friends can gather to enjoy a nice day on the grass. Here you will find no structures, courts or designated fields for predetermined activities. Instead you are simply welcome to enjoy the great outdoors, fly a kite or watch your children play at the playground. The gazebo may be used for birthday parties and family events as well and is located near the restrooms for your convenience.
Dedicated in 1983, Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is a 68-acre City of San Diego regional park which extends 1½ miles along the Point Loma peninsula's western shoreline. This unique coastal environment features expansive ocean views, dramatic cliff formations and caves, a fascinating intertidal area, and native coastal sage scrub habitat, which provides connectivity to the adjacent Point Loma Ecological Reserve. Sunset Cliffs has long served as an attraction for San Diego residents as well as national and international visitors.
Climbing out of his boat and onto shore in 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo stepped into history as the first European to set foot on what is now the West Coast of the United States. In addition to telling the story of 16th century exploration, the park is home to a wealth of cultural and natural resources. Join us and embark on your own Voyage of Discovery.