If you are into great views and lighthouses this is the place for you. Great history your of Point Loma area. A must see when coming to San Diego.
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Great place to visit to pay respect to the many military men and women who served our country and provides an outstanding view of San Diego area. The monument area and pictures of those who died for our country almost had a spiritual feel to...More
This is a great half day adventure. There are a couple indoor exhibits, theater with informational movies, view from the lighthouse, access to Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, and a hike that takes you down towards the ocean with a beautiful view overlooking Coronado. There is...More
As fellow advisor's have already mentioned, you can easily spend 2-4 hours here. Scenic & well maintained by NPS. I personally like the tidepools & check the website for any advisory alerts. If you want a glimpse of the sunset during spring/summer, this might not...More
Beautiful historic park for all ages, access to the tide pools was a VERY long wait so our party did not get into either parking lot to view the tide pools.
This National park is a short distance from the heart of the city (about 15 minutes by car). It is located at the southern tip of the Point Loma Peninsula in San Diego, California. It has amazing views, great hiking, history, a monument commemorating the...More
Beautiful view of San Diego from this national park. Access to tide pools with limited parking so go when it is not busy. Rangers give informative talks so reserve some time for this.
Overlooking the bay and navy base, the views towards the bay or out to sea are amazing. We spent an hour watching planes and helicopters taking off and landing, plus there is the lighthouse to visit. A thoroughly enjoyable morning.