San Diego Piers
Take a walk on the pier for a historical stroll in San Diego, incredible views and great fishing. San Diego is home to six recreational piers along its coastline, each one with its own distinct vibe.
Historic Oceanside Pier, 1,942 feet long, is the longest wooden pier on the West Coast. Grab a bite in the restaurant at the very end, or try your hand at fishing.
At 1,971 feet, the Ocean Beach pier is the longest concrete pier in the world. North of Ocean Beach lies the Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach. The Crystal Pier was built in 1927 by a developer hoping to turn it into an amusement attraction. Today it has individual cottages providing a unique experience to sleep above the ocean.
Shelter Island Fishing Pier is a small fishing pier located on San Diego Bay and a great place to watch the ships pass by. The Imperial Beach Pier, the southernmost pier in California is within walking distance of the Mexican border and displays beautiful views of the Los Coronados Islands.
So for a nice stroll, a great view and maybe a little fishing, head out to the pier and enjoy the day!