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Point Loma is at the southern tip of the peninsula across a harbor from San Diego. It costs $15 to drive a vehicle into the park. I’d say it’s worth the money. The history is interesting, with a lighthouse on site, plus artifacts and tales...More
The views of the Ocean and San Diego area are fabulous. There are several access points to the beach. One of my favorites is from the College of the Nazarene at Pt. Loma. Definitely want to bring your camera. Want to have a jacket or...More
This national park is well maintained. There is a beautiful lighthouse. Great view from the top of the San Diego bay. I did the 2 mile Bayside trail. It was pretty easy but, a scenic walk. You can also see a whale migration route during...More
Enjoyed the visit to this place, there are so many great views while you drive.. Parking was a issues as it was bit crowded but the view was amazing and cool breeze was so amazing though it was summer holiday time.. loved the place and...More
Point Loma has it all! From the cute town, Cabrillo National Monument and Lighthouse, great stores and excellent restaurants to the beautiful views of the ocean from the cliffs. We love going to Point Loma and spending the day walking along the cliffs and relaxing....More
Great views of the harbor and the ocean from this location. As you drive up, you go past a military cemetery. Your first stop is at a Welcome Center/Shop with plentiful parking and gorgeous views all around. You can then go to the Cabrillo Monument,...More
Easy to get to and a short walk along the cliffs to see the rugged beauty. I was there twice during high tide and seen sea lions and surfers. The national $80 park pass is good here, otherwise it is $15 each time.
Point Loma is more than a Lighthouse and a National Park at the tip. You can walk along the ocean with paid admission to the national park during visiting hours. Or you can walk along the San Diego bay at anytime -- day or night...More