Buccaneer Beach Buccaneer Beach is Oceanside's smallest beach with a lifeguard tower (Tower 11); however, the beach offers other activities due to the park located across the street. Buccaneer Beach is located approximately one mile north of our city's southern border.
Complete with modern playground equipment for younger and older kids alike, Buddy Todd is an old Park made new again. Lots of open spaces and wonderful shade trees, picnic tables, a basketball court, a volleyball court (sand) and BBQ grills for cooking out, all come standard here.
Buena Vista Creek and Lagoon The Buena Vista Watershed extends approximately 10.6 miles inland from the coast, totaling 14,437 acres and draining 21 square miles. The Watershed begins on the western slopes of the San Marcos Mountains, where surface runoff collects to form Buena Vista Creek.
Buena Vista Park, located in the center of the city, is named for the spectacular views from its upper slopes. The oldest park in San Francisco, it features secluded, winding trails and one of the city’s few remaining coast live oak groves. Buena Vista’s natural area is on the park’s northern side.
Welcome to the Surf Museum! The California Surf Museum serves as an international repository and resource center on the lifestyle sport of surfing by capturing, preserving, and chronicling its art, culture and heritage for the education and enjoyment of current and future generations.
Park & Recreation Welcome to the City of Carlsbad Parks & Recreation Department. We operate 40 parks and maintain nearly 50 miles of trails throughout the city to provide accessible outdoor recreational opportunities and conserve open space for residents and visitors.
Driving Directions to South Carlsbad SB The beach is located 3 miles south of Carlsbad on Carlsbad Bl. Take Interstate 5, exit Poinsettia Ln. Go west to Carlsbad Bl, turn north. Make a legal U-turn at Breakwater Rd (1st light). Proceed south on Carlsbad Bl to campground entrance on right.
On the border of Carlsbad and Oceanside, in north San Diego county, lies an ancient sacred place called the El Salto Falls. The Buena Creek valley once used by local tribes for spiritual ceremonies is now cement recycling factory, a shopping center and potentially 500 residential units.
Heritage Park Historical Village is a historical park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on 127 acres (51 ha) of parkland on the banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, along the city's southwestern edge. As Canada's largest living history museum, it is one of the city's most visited tourist attractions.
You can also park in the Hosp Grove Picnic area off of Monroe street. The hike starts off with one challenging hill climb, but you can also choose walk the flat path around the street. If you're in the mood to expand your hike length you can walk across Monroe Street to the East Hosp Grove picnic area.
The Joe Balderrama Recreation Center, located in three-acre Joe Balderrama Park, is a 12,000-square-foot facility designed to meet the needs of the Eastside Community. Included in the facility are an auditorium with a stage and kitchen, game/activities room, four multi-purpose/meeting rooms and two courtyards.
Lake Calavera is a 4.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Carlsbad, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for trail running, mountain biking, and backpacking and is best used from September until June.
If a lotus flower is red, it refers to compassion and love. The blue lotus flower refers to the common sense; it uses wisdom and logic to create enlightenment. The pink lotus flower represents the history of Buddha and the historical legends of the Buddha. A purple lotus flower speaks of spiritual awakening and mysticism.
I can't say too much about Luiseno Park, but I was excited to find open tennis courts close to my house. The park seems to be a fairly good size with a play ground, soccer/football field area, rocks to climb on, a cement walkway/path around the park, and two open tennis courts. The park is clean and well kept.
So, I have eaten at Mission Avenue Bar and Grill multiple times. The reason for the updated review is the addition of Chef William Eick of 608 fame. Having closed his restaurant 608 Chef Willy has partnered with Mission to bring his unique flare to Mission's more bar centric setting. you can see his hand in all their dishes along with some direct transplants from his restaurant.
The route we followed is a fairly straightforward course that visits the area’s major features: Mount Calavera and Lake Calavera. There are a number of trail heads one can use for accessing the preserve (see trail map for details), but only one has a formal parking lot, water, and restrooms: Oak Riparian Park in Oceanside. Starting here would also cause us to pass through some beautiful riparian oak woodland (the park is indeed appropriately named), so it seemed like a no-brainer.
To provide stable, local funding to meet these needs, the City of Oceanside is considering placing a one-half cent sales tax measure for the November 2018 ballot. Find out how local funding for local services can help maintain the quality of life we value in Oceanside.
Oceanside Harbor There is no charge for using the launching ramp or for parking boat trailers in parking lot number 1, east of the railroad tracks. Pay parking lot fees in the launch ramp area are $10.00 (September 16-May 14) and $15.00 (May 15-September 15) from 4:00 am to 8:00 pm, $20.00 from 8:00 pm to 4:00 am, a total of $30.00 per day (September 16-May 14) or a total of $35 per day (May 15-September 15).
Join Us in Exploring the History of Oceanside, CA. The Oceanside Historical Society serves the community through our museum, website, publications and walking tours. Most of our services, including our museum and history walks, are free. Our mission is to gather, preserve and share the history of our beautiful City.
Located in northwest Carlsbad at the intersection of Pine Avenue and Harding Street, the 7.7-acre park is home to a new inter-generational community center that offers the city's teen programs, youth day camps, classes for all ages and open gymnasium play and the Senior Center.
St. Malo Beach is in front of a private gated community with the same name at the southern end of Oceanside, CA. This community was developed in 1929 with a style of architecture that resembles an old-world village in Normandy France. Even from the beach these large beautiful homes are something to see.
Beaches Buccaneer (1500 South Pacific Street) Barely 150 feet wide, Buccaneer Beach is more like a sandy break in the monolithic wall of condos that separates Pacific Street from the Oceanside breakers. you'll find this family beach filled with the sun worshipers working on their tans. Buccaneer Park has a great lawn, restroom and a shaded gazebo.
Tyson Street beach, also known as Tyson Street Park, is within walking distance of the Oceanside Pier. Lifeguard Tower 5 is located here. Since the park is just a few feet from the beach, it is great for picnics. Stairs are provided for beach and park access from Pacific Street.