One of my favorite activities to do with the kids is exploring San Diego’s many tide pools. They love seeing what might be hiding between the rocks. The best time to see these little creatures are from late fall through early spring as low daytime tides reveal wider beaches and pools teeming with native marine life such as hermit crabs, sea hares and sea anemones. Check the surf report to make sure the tide is low, a 1.0 foot tide or lower is Ok, but you will have a better chance of seeing more marine plants and animals when the tide is minus. Below is a list of my top spots for tide pools in San Diego.
1.This past March, LEGOLAND California unveiled its newest exhibit, STAR WARS Miniland. Guests will be taken to a galaxy far, far away with six new live-action LEGO displays of memorable scenes from the classic Star Wars movies. Over 1.5 million LEGO bricks create life-size models and interactive features from famous Star Wars scenes including Tatooine, […]
For those looking to connect with the environment this weekend, we offer you our 5 to Try: Celebrating Earth Day in San Diego. 1. On Sunday, April 17th, head down to Balboa Park to the annual EarthFair. Each year, EarthFair draws around 70,000 earth loving visitors making it the largest free annual environmental fair in […]
Recap of the weekend: Celebrating World Oceans Day was quite a treat, Sea Life had an underwater reading, which surely was neat. Polar bears judged snow sculptures at the Zoo, And Hornblower Cruises offered free face-painting too. But of course Cat in the Hat made quite a commotion, When he paddled out with Surf Diva […]