There are still many wonderful places to see in San Diego area during these uncertain times. Just be cautious and courteous of others, follow CDC guidelines, wear a mask, wash your hands often, try to keep a 6 feet distance and avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. If you are feeling unwell, refrain from exploring, stay at home and leave it for another time. You will be able to appreciate these beautiful sights and enjoy spending time outdoors.
We have gathered a list of some interesting spots you definitely need to check out:
1. Old Town Market
This historic area holds a huge significance in the history of this country, you will become fascinated. This is one of San Diego’s most historic landmarks, with an influence of Native American and Spanish culture. Hours: 11am-4pm Monday through Thursday 10am-5pm Friday and Sunday 10am-8pm Saturdays Learn more here.
It’s considered a National Monument in California. Here you will have the opportunity to explore the most protected and biodiverse tidepools in Southern California. Following California state guidance, indoor spaces including the auditorium, Old Point Loma Lighthouse, Cabrillo Sea Cave, Parking Lot #3 in Tidepool Area and all exhibits are temporarily closed. Outdoors areas, restrooms, are open from 9 am to 5 pm. Parking Lot #1 and Lot #2 are open. Check it out!
3. Coronado Island
A quick escape from downtown San Diego, Coronado is an iconic small town. With its absolutely stunning waterfront skyline and the Pacific, Coronado offers both calm waters and fun waves. The famous Hotel Del Coronado is here to serve you in compliance with Southern California’s “Stay at Home” order. Visitors can explore the seaside resort. The offered amenities are limited at the moment. Face masks and social distancing are required throughout the resort. With respect to the regional “Stay at Home” order, take out is available at ENO Market & Pizzeria daily and the Beach + Taco Shack from Friday to Sunday. All other dining outlets are closed until further notice. Learn more here.
4. La Jolla
This small coastline town is bursting with incredible views, La Jolla is known to be the jewel of San Diego and definitely lives up to it’s name. Its beautiful nature surrounded by beautiful beaches on three sides offers plenty of outdoor activities and an upscale village lifestyle. Whale watching is one event during the winter you wouldn’t want to miss. La Jolla is truly an experience you want to add to your bucket list! Read more.
5. Seaport Village
Seaport Village is a charming waterfront shopping and dining attraction with views of Coronado Bridge. This destination is 14 acres and provides a gorgeous San Diego Harbor view. On any given day the weather is predictably nice, and it’s located next to Embarcadero, a park with great views of downtown, the marina and the bay. Restaurants are offering take out and delivery at the moment. Hours daily: From 11AM to 5PM* *Hours May Vary by Business. Check it out.
If you are looking for a delightful mountain getaway, just a 45-55min drive from our resorts, Julian is a spot you need to visit. It’s a gold mining town in the Cuyamaca Mountains famous for its specialty – delicious homemade apple pie. Julian is perfect for people who enjoy spending time in the mountains. Stargazing and snow in this town are events you want to be a part of. Restaurants are operating for take-out, pick-up, or delivery. Learn more.
7. Balboa park
The scenic nature and architecture make this historic urban park a true cultural oasis. Balboa Park is a primary destination in San Diego and its neighborhood. The park encourages visitors to follow state and local safety guidelines regarding physical distancing and mask-wearing for a safe and enjoyable visit. Miles of hiking trails and the beautiful gardens remain open to the public. Hours: Spanish Village 11am – 4pm Visitor Center 10am – 4pm Museums are closed. Visit the website for more information.
This mesmerizing city has so much to offer, enjoy your stay here and create unforgettable memories! With our RV resorts as your basecamp, the possibilities are endless.