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- 98%History Buffs
- 83%Family Travelers
- 76%Local Culture
- 58%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 57%Budget Travelers
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- Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma LighthouseMember ofStudentsBackpackersOct 24, 2013
It's a great photo-op to stand next to the statue of Cabrillo - and the ocean views behind it are blissfully unobstructed, but this place is best for a hike or scenic walk. The little information center has an interesting 30-minute documentary on the whales that migrate to the bay, but only if you're really interested in National Geographic. I enjoy walking around here, though, and the open ocean on the other side of the hill is a gorgeous - and extremely windy - front row view.
- Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma LighthouseOct 19, 2013
On the windy edge of the Pacific Ocean, not too far from downtown San Diego and Coronado, this small NPS holding is worth it just for the 360-degree views from the lighthouse grounds. But the lighthouse is only open a few times a year, so if you want to go inside, check the park website first before driving out here. Nearby, the historical displays about Spanish exploration in the New World should hold your attention for a half-hour or so.
- Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma LighthouseSep 13, 2013
Check the tide calendar and check out the tidepools. GREAT for the kids and whole family. do a casual walk/hike along the ocean cliffs. Or walk around the lighthouse grounds for a spectacular view of downtown san diego, local mountains, and even Tijuana hillsides.Recommended for
- Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma Lighthouse
- Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma LighthouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9Feb 21, 2013
Great place in Point Loma, many people may not know about this tourist attraction. The cost to enter is $5 per car. The line on a Saturday or Sunday will be long to enter and it closes at 4:30. Take a look at the tide pools, lighthouse, and visitor center. The view of San Diego is what really separates this park from the rest of San Diego. You can view downtown, the bay, Coronado from a different side. Must do when in San Diego.
Address:1800 Cabrillo Memorial Drive, San Diego, CA 92106
Total Reviews:54 Reviews