Bayshore Bikeway

As summer is dwindling, and school will soon be back in session, now is the time to set out on the last few summer adventures. The Bayshore Bikeway could be just the ticket for a day filled with family fun. This bike path, which starts in Coronado and ends in downtown San Diego offers miles […]

The New Children’s Museum

Tucked away in downtown San Diego the New Children’s Museum. This museum, one of the first of its kind, believes in interaction rather than observation. The exhibits here are meant to be touched, played on, and explored by the young ones in the family. The colors are bright, the exhibits are engaging, and the educational […]

Little Italy

In the 1920’s Italian immigrants flooded into sunny San Diego, looking to strike it rich in the then booming tuna industry. As they set down roots, they formed what is now referred to as Little Italy, located just northwest of downtown. This cultured neighborhood is the oldest of its kind in the city. It is […]

Fun Beach Workouts

When the days get longer, it is the perfect time to take your workout outdoors. The cool summer evenings can be the ideal time head out for an after work sweat session. And a weekend outdoor workout not only torches calories, but gets you a healthy dose of vitamin D. Living in San Diego, there […]

12th Annual Bro-Am Beach Day

What could be more Southern California that a surfing competition, a day spent at the beach, and a beachfront concert sponsored by iHeartRadio? What about all 3 in one day for FREE? Each year 15,000 people rally in Encinitas, CA for a day full of iconic California entertainment at the annual Bro-Am event. Kick off […]

4th of July Events

When it comes to the 4th of July, San Diego goes all out. With over 23 local celebrations, there is hardly an area of the county that doesn’t get lit up with the gleam of fireworks on Independence Day night. No matter where you live, chances are there is a stellar fireworks show nearby. The […]

Seaport Village

This San Diego attraction sits right on the bay and features 14 acres of shops, restaurants, walking paths, and entertainment for the whole family. Just strolling the 4 miles of walking paths, there is plenty to do. There are balloon artists, face painters, and caricaturists to wow the kiddos, plus million-dollar San Diego Bay views […]

Mother’s Day Activities

Whether you are taking out your mom for the day or heading out with the kiddos, San Diego has a host of Mother's Day events planned for all the amazing mom's out there. Carlsbad Flower Fields Each spring, the flower fields open up to the public as the 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers […]

Whale Watching

Each year between December and April, over 20,000 gray whales migrate from Alaska to Baja California with San Diego right along their migration route. Gray whales, which cover this route of 10,000 miles twice a year, hold the record for the longest migration of any mammal. With a whale watching tour, there is the opportunity […]

Mt. Laguna

Year round sunshine is nothing to complain about, but if you are craving some winter adventure this season, go check out Mt. Laguna. Mt. Laguna is located in San Diego County (just 1 hour east of downtown SD!) and sits nearly 6,000 feet above sea level making it the perfect location for enjoying traditional winter […]

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