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If you're in San Diego, a trip to the Point Loma National Park is well worth your time. Their is a fee at the gate entrance, unless you purchased, the senior park pass. The view of Coronado Island and the Naval base and air station...More
The view from Point Loma can't be beat! We sat in on a class hearing about San Diego from a Park employee and that was super interesting! My daughter loved the tide pools!! Seniors get into national parks for free which was a great perk...More
This location gives a fantastic scenic overview of San Diego on one side and the ocean on the other.On a clear day the mountains of San Bernardino to the hills of Mexico can be seen including several offshore islands.Coronado island and the navy base are...More
By Cabrillo National Monument, a definitely important part of San Diego's history, the Point Loma Lighthouse, where Cabrillo crashed his ship in the 16th Century is so peaceful and breathtaking. Spend your morning here before the museum and park open up fully to take in...More
Beyond the shopping center sprawl around Midway, you can find a residential Point Loma that is rich with cafés, a working harbor, and amazing vistas. I especially enjoy walking along the bay from Kellogg Beach to Shelter Island and return. Along the way you can...More