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Outdoor Fun


Spreckels Park
is 8 acres of green space in downtown Coronado with picnic tables, a playground, and a gazebo that becomes the stage of the traditional Concert In The Park summer concert series held every Sunday during summertime.

The Coronado Ferry Landing is an outdoor area full of over 25 shops, restaurants, and art galleries. This is one of the best places for an unobstructed view of San Diego's skyline and the spot to catch the ferry across the bay from Coronado to San Diego.

There are many different types of ways to experience a tour of "The Crown City" from walking, biking, beach buggy, trolley, gondola, to segway and food tours.

San Diego:

SEA LIFE Aquarium at LegoLand features over 200 species of sea creatures such as sharks, rays, jellyfish, eel, octopus, and seahorse. One of the newer exhibits, "Claws", is all about crabs and crustaceans and interactive touch pools let children get hands-on with all sorts of underwater creatures.

The San Diego Zoo contains over 3,700 animals and represents 650 different species, grouped into exhibits such as Asian Passage, Elephant Odyssey, Africa Rocks, and Panda Canyon. The zoo is one of only a few in the world to have panda bears and also boasts some of the world's largest free-flight aviaries for its many species of birds. The Skyfari gondolas offer aerial tours of the zoo. The zoo also runs the San Diego Safari Park in which over 300 species are spread out over 1,800 acres in environments more similar to their natural habitats than at the zoo. There are wild and endangered animals from Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia and North and South America, including one of the country's most successful breeding programs for the endangered California Condor.

SeaWorld San Diego is one of the most popular attractions in the San Diego area. Exhibits include Shark and Penguin Encounters, Turtle Reef which is an aquarium of 60,000 threatened sea turtles, Dolphin Interaction, and Wild Arctic, featuring polar bears, walruses, and beluga whales. The killer whale exhibit, thanks to world famous "Shamu", is one of the most popular exhibits and features whales and trainers showing off for the audience with countless tricks and jumps.

Balboa Park is one of the oldest pieces of land set aside specifically for public park use in the country. This 1200-acre urban park is the home of dozens of museums, award-winning gardens, recreational areas, dog parks, theatres, and the San Diego Zoo.

The San Diego Botanic Garden is a collection of dozens of different gardens and landscapes from all over the world. In addition to housing one of the country's largest rare bamboo collections, there are many other unique gardens featuring the flora of the desert, Mediterranean, and Australian regions, as well as an underwater succulent garden and a bird and butterfly garden. The botanic gardens offers free classes and programs to the public as well as floral exhibitions and other events.

Mission Bay Park offers 4,600 acres of aquatic park and is the largest of its kind in the world. The whole family will find something to do here, whether that is one of the many water sports along 27 miles of shoreline, picnics and bonfires on the beach, fishing trips, or whale watching tours. The park also contains 3 miles of boardwalk with shops and restaurants, the Belmont Amusement Park, SeaWorld San Diego, and the Mission Bay Aquatic Center which offers water sports equipment rentals through San Diego State University and University of California San Diego.

The Tijuana River Valley Regional Park is 1,800 acres featuring hiking and horseback riding trails, a bird and butterfly garden, and five sports fields for everyone to enjoy.

The Bayshore Bikeway offers 26 miles of pathways around San Diego Bay.

The Sunset Cliffs Beach Walk is an easy, coastline walk with beach access at low tide and great beach and ocean views.

The Living Coast Discovery Center is a zoo and aquarium featuring over 350 species of saltwater marsh, bay, and upland animals and plants native to the San Diego area. Species include shorebirds, jellyfish, sharks, sea turtles, hawks, owls, and sting rays.
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