Mostly known for its pristine beaches, San Diego County is home to more than 20 freshwater lakes and reservoirs. These bodies of water offer a variety of recreational opportunities away from the coast and the city. Lake fishing aficionados can hook catfish, bluegill, carp, crappie, sunfish bass, and trout. Water enthusiasts can enjoy kayaking, boating, […]
Mission Bay, San Diego’s water wonderland, offers plenty of awesome activities during the day. But the fun doesn’t stop when the sun sets. The 4,600-acre aquatic playground, the largest of its kind in the world, offers plenty of outdoor and exciting opportunities well into the night. Before visiting, please check with each point of interest […]
Beautiful coastlines, pristine beaches, and serene bays make San Diego an ideal aquatic destination. Locals and visitors can distance themselves from the shore while enjoying a range of water activities. One of the most popular is stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), a fad that’s become a San Diego lifestyle. It’s a fun way to play on […]
As San Diego’s nearly idyllic summer weather approaches, San Diego’s great outdoors provide numerous opportunities for fun and healthy activities that meet with today’s social distancing guidelines. Whether you’re a local resident or planning a future visit, families, friends and individuals can experience the region’s natural beauty, relaxed lifestyle and abundant recreational offerings, while keeping […]
Friendly leopard sharks are just one of the natural phenomena that occur in San Diego. Check out these five extraordinary happenings sure to amaze!
Sunny San Diego’s blue skies and pristine waters are the perfect playground for thrill-seekers looking for their next outdoor adventure. With an abundance of both aerial and aquatic activities, California’s beach city offers daredevils the chance to soar, spin, splash and dive, and even have unique animal encounters. From flying with a raptor above the […]
From amazing beaches to museums and art to taco shops, the surfing culture permeates throughout San Diego County. Surfing was recently dubbed California’s official state sport. But San Diego has been ahead of the trend for decades, embracing a city-wide laid-back surf culture and serving as one of the top surfing destinations in the world.
As much as you might like to, no one can surf all day. But don’t worry, any surfer will still be stoked after leaving the water, because San Diego is a bastion of surf culture. Legendary surfboard shapers, historic breaks, cutting-edge surfboard manufacturing, and museums—San Diego has it all. Here’s your guide to keeping the […]