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I did not know there was a National Monument in San Diego. It is Cabrillo National Monument and it was a lighthouse site in the late 1800’s
On top you over look the 3rd Fleet, Coronado island, Naval command and San Diego. .
On a clear day you can see all the way to Mexico while you are watching the boats come and go into the bay. It is beautiful.
The lighthouse exhibit is very interesting . Trails to hike down to the ocean although you can drive...More
We were on a reunion with a group of Vietnam veterans, and this was one of our tours. The park is in a great location with amazing views of the ocean! It has the monument and a walking path to the lighthouse. You can tour...More
Though relatively compact in area, this park is worth the visit. Two short trails, one overlooking the harbor and the other among the tidepools, are interesting. The lighthouse offers feel of what used to be. Entering the park through the Fort Rosecrans national federal military...More
Love the views from the park. Today the number of folks were low and the views were awesome. Simply a perfect day. Be sure to check out the WWII lookout stations used in WWII. They are a hidden gem of history.
We took a short drive out to Point Loma for a visit to the Cabrillo National Monument. What a great location. The views of San Diego & Coronado were amazing. Lots of history on this point! The Pacific fleet in San Diego Bay was well...More