A paper map of Ocean Beach that is paired with a Treasure Hunt web app. Visit https://www.ob-go.com to play treasure hunts on your phone. Come into the Ocean Beach Mainstreet Association and grab a map. Finish any one or more of the treasure hunts and load up on Freebies and Rewards.
Ocean Beach San Diego offers parking for the public at many location throughout the community. Inside this section you will see photos of all our parking lots and maps showing their locations.
Ocean Beach – Downtown via Voltaire St. / Harbor Dr. DESTINATIONS: Embarcadero, Horton Plaza, Liberty Station, Point Loma High School, SD International Airport, Voltaire St.
Old Town – Ocean Beach via Midway Dr. / Cable St. DESTINATIONS: Loma Square, Ocean Beach Library, Ocean Beach Post Office, Point Loma Plaza, Robb Field, Sports Arena Plaza. View the full PDF which includes cash fares, monthly pass rate, directory and schedule.
The San Diego Regional Bike Map makes biking to work a breeze. This free publication is produced by SANDAG, in partnership with local sponsors, and includes the latest updates to the region’s bikeways, as well as locations of transit centers and bike lockers. View PDF.
When traveling from the East take the I-8 West. When you reach the end of the freeway proceed down Sunset Cliff's Blvd until you reach Newport Ave.
If you are traveling south along the I-5 freeway you will exit Seaworld Drive and follow it until you reach Sunset Cliffs Blvd.
Our new Historic Walking Tour brochure is now online for all to enjoy! Many of the buildings you will find in the Ocean Beach Historic Tour originated early 1900’s and during the Resort Days of the 1920’s.
Ocean Beach initially happened in spring 1887 when entrepreneurs William H. 'Billy' Carlson and Frank J. Higgins bought 600 acres of Pueblo lots (the area of coastland divided by the Yankees in 1846) and named their new acquisition Ocean Beach.