We wanted to shine a spotlight on the San Diego parks. Few cities in America have a parks department that rival San Diego’s in size or quality. Check out our list of… The Best Parks In San Diego.
The very top of Mount Soledad is a memorial cross and park dedicated to US veterans. This spot above the city offers the most amazing views of La Jolla, Downtown, and the coastline.
Mission Trails Regional Park or “Mission Hills Park”
This urban park encompasses 6,800 acres of both natural and developed recreational areas. It was built on a cemetery of some of San Diego’s early pioneers.
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park in Point Loma
A 68-acre park that is is a favorite among locals. The park offers a unique coastal environment featuring expansive ocean views, dramatic cliff formations, caves, and native coastal sage plants.
It’s the largest man made aquatic park in the US at 4,235 acres with 19 miles of sandy beaches. Take part in popular water sports in Mission Bay including jet skis, wake boarding, boating, fishing and sailing. Fiesta Island, a peninsula in Mission Bay, is a favorite for bike riders and home of the famous San Diego Over-the-Line Tournament.
Torrey Pines State Park in La Jolla
2,000 acres of prime beach front land in La Jolla dedicated to preserving the natural environment of San Diego before it was developed. Hike to a look out point of the Pacific Ocean, take a stroll on the beach, and photograph the majestic Torrey pine trees.
Located only minutes from downtown San Diego. The hailed as one of the most beautiful city parks in southern California. Expanding over 1,200 acres it features the San Diego Zoo, 15 museums, gardens, performing arts, and more.
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