Stories in Category Parks and Recreation
Located Downtown in the Cortez Hill neighborhood, this park opened in 2008. A sweet retreat from the busy freeway, this park provides a natural buffer between the road and nearby homes.
One of the best places to enjoy beautiful views of Mission Bay, this 79-acre park is located on Mount Soledad. It was named after Kate Sessions in 1957, what would have been her 100th birthday.
The top 5 things to remember before you visit the beach or the bay this Fourth of July.
Continuing the largest park expansion effort in modern city history, Mayor Kevin Faulconer welcomed residents to the new Pacific Highlands Ranch Community Park. The new multi-purpose park includes a five-acre turf field to accommodate a variety of sporting events and activities, a new 17,000-...
This peaceful sanctuary is situated within San Clemente Canyon, with entrances on both sides of Regents Road near State Route 52. Stretching across 467 acres, this open space park is home to wildlife of all sizes and many native plant species. The park is named in honor of Marian Bear, a...
Spring Egg Hunts are here! The City is hosting 45 free egg hunt events for families at recreation centers across San Diego through May 11, 2019. Find an event near you: bit.ly/SpringEggHunts
On the first day of spring, the wildflowers were blooming and attracting plenty of hikers and visitors to Mission Trails Regional Park.
City employees and volunteers completed a 1,120 foot long mural at Fiesta Island. Stop by and check it out!