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All reviews sea life water shoes nature lovers national park light house per vehicle waves crashing on the rocks hiking trails parking is limited point loma entry fee parking spot visitor center beautiful area lots of fun anemones
Hike the area and you will feel at peace , If you love the outdoors you must go here , this is one of San Diego hidden gems ,
Most people by past this as they head for the lighthouse,but don’t
Nothing but beautiful mostly...More
Cabrillo National Monument may be less well known and less glamorous than La Jolla Cove, and it doesn't have the sea lions, but for sheer beauty, it has it beat. We didn't see the tide pools because we went in August, but seeing the waves...More
We went to Carillo to see the tide pools, but the walks do not include any tide pools. Lovely vistas of the ocean but none of the things we'd expected to see with our little ones (1, 4). Find another place to walk is my...More
On a hot windy day we drove down from the Cabrillo monument to the parking for this series of tidal pools. Parking is adequate and the restrooms are primitive. We wanted to see all of the pools but the footing on the stretch from parking...More
This area is off the main drag to the Cabrillo Monument. The parking can be sparse, but worth the battle. The trails and rocky walkway is not for everyone. The crashing ocean and breezes are great!
The current lighthouse is in this area with some...More
Tide pools are on the opposite side of the peninsula from the visitor center and monument, so after entering the park and paying your admission fee, look for the road that veers to the right. Tide pools are best seen at low tide, so check...More
Access to the national park is $15.00, keep your receipt and you can return using the receipt for 7 dyas. There is a gravel walkway with a rope border to easily access the tide pools. There is a volunteer at the entrance to the trails,...More