San Diego Beach Guide
Best San Diego Beaches
Find the best San Diego Beaches for walking, surfing, playing with the kids or the dog, making a sandcastle or taking a weekend getaway. Find out which San Diego beaches others like best.
Clothing Optional San Diego Beaches
Did you know that San Diego is home to one of the country's most popular nude beaches?
Voted one of America's best beaches by the Travel Channel, Coronado Beach is a great place to spend the day.
La Jolla Cove
One of the smallest beaches, it has some great tide pools and a small, rocky cave.
La Jolla Shores
A long, gently-sloping beach with beautiful views of La Jolla Cove. Waves are gentle here, making it a favorite of families and novice surfers.
A great place for a walk, a volleyball game or a visit to the seaside amusement park.
Ocean Beach Dog Beach
A profile of one of the few dog-friendly San Diego beaches.
A beautiful, rock-strewn beach famous for its surf break, hard-breaking waves right at the shoreline. It's also a great place to go whale-watching during their migrations to and from Mexico.
San Diego Beach Camping: Chula Vista RV Resort
237 spaces with full hookups adjacent to its own 552-slip marina. General store, ladies boutique, picnic area, swimming pool and spa, laundry, full restrooms, club rooms and two full-service restaurants with water front dining.
San Diego Beach Camping: San Elijo State Beach
Extends along Coast Highway 101, 3/4 mile north from San Elijo Lagoon's entrance channel, near the community of Cardiff-by-the-Sea north of San Diego. Camping facilities can accommodate campers up to 35 feet long. Reservations recommended.
Beach Camping in Southern California
Guide to beach camping and campgrounds in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego, California - location, description, fees, how to make reservations