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A two mile long, sandy strip formally known as Torrey Pines City Beach and Torrey Pines State Beach.
Used by motorboaters, sailboaters, rowers, waterskiers, picnickers, joggers, and swimmers. It is also home to many species of birds, fish, and other animals and has a nature reserve at its northern end near Crown Point.
The center of a continuous stretch of beach known as The Strand, which extends over two miles, beginning at the Mission Bay channel entrance and ending at the north end of Pacific Beach.
Large urban park preserves nearly 5,800 acres, and includes Lake Murray and historical Old Mission Dam. Field guide, trail guide, and information about visitor center, park history, events, exhibits, campground, and location.
Extends approximately one mile from the north end of the community of Pacific Beach to the south end of the community of La Jolla. This beach is bordered by cliffs up to 75 feet in height. A sidewalk traverses the cliff-top along much of the south end of the beach.
A wide beach approximately one mile long. A volleyball area can be found near the north end of the beach.
This beach continues south for over two miles, becoming Mission Beach and then South Mission Beach, eventually ending at the channel entrance to Mission Bay.
City of San Diego Lifeguard services provides public safety along the San Diego coastline and ocean waterways from Point Loma to La Jolla.
Widest beach in the city. Recently, it has become known as a popular place to engage in sports such as beach volleyball and basketball following a refurbishing of the courts.
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