Except for Harbor Beach and Coronado City Beach, the best time to walk is at or near low tide. At high tide, water can come up to bluffs. Beach Cities OCEANSIDE Harbor Beach Long and wide sandy beach. Walk from north jetty to south jetty. Next to Oceanside Harbor. Beautiful view of boats entering and leaving harbor. CARLSBAD Carlsbad State Beach Miles of sandy beach.
Beach Cities SAN ONOFRE San Onofre State Beach San Onofre State Beach Tide Pools is small rocky area that consists of a fascinating formation of steeply tilted sedimentary rocks exposed at low tide. Hermit crabs are common, and in the mid-intertidal zone there is a dense mussel bed. With some luck, you may observe an Ochre Starfish. ENCINITAS Swami's Beach Swami's Tide
Beach Cities OCEANSIDE Harbor Beach Wide, sandy beach with fire rings. Beautiful views of the Oceanside Harbor jetty and boats entering and leaving the harbor. Overnight camping area next to beach. CARLSBAD Carlsbad State Beach Walking distance to quaint Carlsbad Village. Carlsbad Seawall is a concrete pathway that runs alongside the beach. ENCINITAS Moonlight State
Beach Cities OCEANSIDE Harbor Beach On the sand next to boardwalk Pier View South On the sand. Tyson Street Beach At Tyson Street Park next to beach ENCINITAS Moonlight State Beach Next to the snack bar and sand. DEL MAR Del Mar Beach At Powerhouse Park, next to beach. LA JOLLA La Jolla Shores At Kellogg Park, next to beach IMPERIAL BEACH Imperial
Beach Cities OCEANSIDE Pier View North Pier View South Oceanside Pier separates these two beaches. The longest wooden pier on the west coast. Two restaurants on pier - McDonalds at entry and Ruby's Diner at the end. LA JOLLA La Jolla Shores Scripps Pier is a private research pier, operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography at the north end of La Jolla Shores. The