MOUNT SAN MIGUEL PARK
2335 Paseo Veracruz, Chula Vista, CA 91914 Directions
Mount San Miguel Park is a beautiful place to raise a family to be together and enjoy spending time, playing sports, and their dogs. You can have a family picnic, like wooded areas and several picnic tables are enclosed. It contains different areas for both big and small dogs, water for dogs and people as well as benches. It provides enrichment opportunities to keep your kids engaged during school breaks or after school to develop the sporting skills of your child. This trail connects to Sweetwater Park and all the beautiful hills around it. They enjoy playing tennis at the court open to them.
Basketball, Water Fountains, Dog Park, Mountain Biking, Tennis Courts, Dogs on Leash, Skill-Developing Playground for Kids, Shelters/Gazebos, Good Softball/Baseball, Running, Picnic Areas, Jogging, Walking, Nature Trips, Open Green Space, Air Jumps Allowed Ball Fields, Wildlife & Barbecue Grill
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SAN DIEGO BAY NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
6010 Hidden Valley Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910 Directions
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge located within the South San Diego Bay about 875 acres of free bay waters. The 316-acre reserve of salt marsh and coastal uplands surrounded by urban growth. It has over 90 percent of San Diego Bay 's historic wetlands. More than 200 bird species were registered at the refuge. National Wildlife Refuge Complex is an administrative aggregation of two or more shelters, wildlife management areas, or other areas of refuge protection. Consolidation of environmental management areas, or other regions of refuge protection. Running and biking trails are available for all to ride. Free parking with a quick ride to the center. Excellent place for children to discover and spend time learning about sea life.
Forest Lake, Birdwatching, Birds Watching, Wildflowers, Bike Path, Exhibits, Walking, Mountain Biking, Running & Lake
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OTAY LAKES COUNTY PARK
2270 Wueste Road, Chula Vista, CA 91915 Directions
Otay Lakes County Park is a 78-acre preserve, which is also the Otay Valley Regional Park's planned eastern gateway/staging area. The park has one reservation site which can handle up to 100 guests, and four additional walk-in sites for visitors. Birdwatchers should find plenty to reward their visit to the park and the area around it. Visitors can enjoy the breathtaking view of Otay Lake and the hills that surround it. They can host a lot of people on special occasions or weddings. The protection of the open space links and fantastic hiking & biking trails make this place a real gem.
Wedding, Special Event Venues, Forest Lake, Picnic Tables, Wildflowers, Playground, Horseshoe Pits, Lawn Area, Mountain Biking, Native Plant and Demonstration Garden, Birdwatching, Running & Walking