Ocean Air Recreation Center
UPCOMMING SPECIAL EVENTS
P.L.A.Y. Golf Program
Wednesday, May 27th from 4:30 p.m. through 6:00 p.m.
See page 6 in Summer Program for more detail
SUMMER MOVIES IN THE PARK
Friday, July 10th - Penquins of Madagascar
Ocean Air Park
Friday, August 14th - Home
Sage Canyon Neighborhood Park
(See page 16 in Summer Program for Movie information)
Be sure to check out Ocean Air Recreation Center's Program guide for all the latest events!
Program Guide (PDF)
Online Registration is here!
Visit SDRecConnect (link) to conveniently browse a variety of activities offered by the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department and Recreation Councils. Itís as easy as One, Two, and Three. Sign up for an account, find a class or activity, and register!
If you are registering a child for an activity, please do not use the childís information when completing a New Account. Adding family members after successfully creating an account can be completed later.
Please note: An email which includes a confirmation message with a special first-time activation link will be sent after signing up a new primary account. It is possible the email may go to your junk or spam folder. You will not be able to use your new account until you've used this special link!
If you need assistance,please see the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) link at the bottom of the SDRecConnect page.
History of the Center
Ocean Air Community Park opened on January 20, 2010. It is an 18 acre park that includes a 16,500 square foot Recreation Center providing meeting rooms, a kitchen, offices, restrooms, and a multi-functional gymnasium. The park includes two ball fields, an outdoor basketball court, walking paths, picnic structures, and a large grassy field surrounded by rolling mounds. The park also provides a large playground with climbing rocks and boulders, a sand area, and various play structures for children ages 2 through 12.
Artistically, the park includes a long row of Liquidambar trees which when mature will shield park users from prevailing winds that sweep through the site. The site includes California native plants that line the pathways and bring the users up to a stainless steel deck that overlooks the open space preserve. The project was designed to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification for its environmentally sustainable design.
Directions and Bus Route
From Interstate 5 South take the Carmel Mountain Rd. exit, Exit 32. Turn left onto Carmel Mountain Rd. At the third traffic signal turn right onto Carmel Mountain Rd. At the second traffic signal turn left onto E. Ocean Air Dr. The park entrance is at the end of E. Ocean Air Dr.
From Interstate 5 North and 805 North take the LOCAL BYPASS exit, then take the Carmel Mountain Rd. exit, Exit 32. Turn right onto Carmel Mountain Rd. At the third traffic signal turn right onto Carmel Mountain Rd. At the second traffic signal turn left onto E. Ocean Air Dr. The park entrance is at the end of E. Ocean Air Dr.
The center is accessible by bus via SDMTS routes 972, 973, 978, and 979.