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Cesar Chavez Park
This National City waterfront destination recognizes a prominent leader in the Latino community: Cesar Chavez. Developed in cooperation with San Diego's Barrio Logan community, this park offers a recreational pier, picnic and playground areas, a soccer field and lush green open space for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.
Chula Vista Bayfront Park
Chula Vista Bayfront has a public boat-launching ramp and offers visitors expansive views of the dynamic San Diego Bay. Discover the sculpture "Konoids" by Kenneth Capps, which adorns the shoreline of the park.
Coronado Tidelands Park
Tidelands Park, offers a small beach, recreational fields, picnic areas and plenty of open space for a variety of outdoor activities. In addition, the park boasts a scenic bike path that extends from the Silver Strand to the Old Ferry Landing, granting visitors pristine views of San Diego's vibrant waterfront. Its playground is recognized as a model of inclusive design for people with disabilities.
Named after prominent National City businessman and civic leader Leonard Pepper, this 5-½ acre park adjoins the Sweetwater Channel and offers colorful play equipment, a convenient boat launching ramp and a well-equipped fishing pier with lighting for night fishing in the vibrant San Diego Bay.
Located at the corner of Harbor Lane and Pacific Highway, this 3.3-acre park overlooks the vibrant San Diego Bay and the city's downtown skyline. In addition to ample grass areas and stunning views, the park features a public artwork, "The Riparium," a sculptural gateway of eucalyptus tree branches designed by local artist Roman de Salvo. Walk beneath the artwork's moving shadows and experience this artistic treasure.
Spanish Landing Park
Spanish Landing Park on San Diego's vibrant waterfront boasts a sandy beach, public art displays and pristine marina views. Its unique location gives visitors an glance of an important moment in the history of San Diego: the 1769 meeting of the Gaspar DePortola and Father Junípero Serra expeditions.