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California Surf Museum

California Surf Museum

The California Surf Museum in Oceanside answers all those surfing related questions that ever popped into your head when you watched a surfer catch a really amazing wave: Who were the forefathers of surfing? How did it get started? Or what the first surfboards were made of? How about the largest wave ever (Continue reading)

Walk On The San Diego Piers

Walk On The San Diego Piers

Piers are the perfect place to take a stroll, fish, marvel at the surfers below, or simply people watch. Tops among them: At Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach you can rent one of 29 cottages on the pier. Make your reservations way ahead of time: 11 months for a summer reservation, four months for a winter time (Continue reading)

Coronado Ferry

Coronado Ferry

Taking the Coronado Ferry with Flagship Cruises & Events across the Big Bay is more than a mode of transportation—it’s a really cool experience! You'll glide across calm Bay waters, as you smell the salty air and enjoy the incredible San Diego skyline views. The ferry drops you off at the Coronado Ferry (Continue reading)

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Boogie Boarding In San Diego

Get that Bod on a Boogie Board Boogie boarding is a great activity that anyone can do—it just takes a little practice! So get that bod on a boogie board and get to it! Long, gentle beach breaks are best for Boogie boarding, so head down to La Jolla Shores for some sweet waves. For smaller rides, head to (Continue reading)

Oceanside Harbor

Oceanside Harbor

In the past two decades, Oceanside has undergone a huge transition. Always a quaint part of San Diego, now Oceanside is a destination in its own right. One of the biggest attractions is the Oceanside Harbor, where you’ll have a great time hanging out on the beach, strolling along the curving pathways, exploring (Continue reading)

San Diego Whale Watching

San Diego Whale Watching

Blue whales are the largest mammals on earth, larger than the size of a basketball court. Next to them, a semi truck looks like a child’s toy. They are truly wondrous creatures and seeing them up close is an experience that will stay with you forever. In San Diego, the best time to see these amazing creatures  (Continue reading)

Carlsbad Lagoon

Carlsbad Lagoon

The Carlsbad Lagoon is actually three connecting lagoons that together cover more than 1,000 acres. The entire area is designed for relaxation—you can hang out on the shore, swim, hike, or enjoy a picnic in the shade. If you like your relaxation with a side of excitement, Carlsbad Lagoon delivers that too. Rent a (Continue reading)

Kayaking in San Diego

Kayaking in San Diego

As summer approaches, the opportunity for fun on the water is unlimited! San Diego boasts some of the best places in the world to kayak, with temperate waters and stunning shorelines to enjoy. Enjoy the view of the city skyline on one side and the Coronado Bay Bridge on the other as you glide across the Big Bay. (Continue reading)

Big Bay San Diego

Big Bay San Diego

SPEND AN UNFORGETTABLE DAY ON THE BAY! San Diego Bay, referred to by locals as ‘the Big Bay,” stretches from the tip of Point Loma all the way to Imperial Beach, set against the backdrop of the San Diego skyline on one side and the Coronado Bay Bridge on the other. The Big Bay is an absolute must-do while (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

If the United States maritime history spurs your imagination, then you’ll definitely want to add the Maritime Museum of San Diego to your must-visit list. Located in the San Diego Bay, the Maritime Museum of San Diego sustains one of the largest collections of notable sea vessels in the United States. You’ll see (Continue reading)

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