San Diego County has plenty of trails and outdoor activities. We get some snow in the winter and beautiful spring flowers in our desert and mountains. Perfect for hiking, mountain biking, and exploring.
Some of the most intimate venues exist in San Diego. We have the Belly Up in Solana Beach, The Casbah in downtown, and Humphreys by the Bay to name a few. Offering everything from big name artists to locals.
One of the most well known beach's is La Jolla Shores. Take a day in La Jolla for some shopping, food, art, and say hi to the sea lions! Don't miss our roller coaster on the beach, located at Mission Beach its another San Diego favorite.
The variety of restaurants in San Diego are endless. From the exclusive and upscale to the hidden gems in the local neighborhoods. Classic Cheese Burgers, Pupusas, Fish Tacos, Farm to Table, something for every palate.
San Diego's Tribal owned casinos are some of the best casinos around. Spend a day at the pool, play some poker, go to the spa, or enjoy an elegant dinner. Four of the six major Tribal owned casinos are 20 minutes from downtown and offer stunning mountain views.
Seaworld, San Diego Zoo, and San Diego Safari Park are located within 20 to 30 minutes of each other and are open year round. But if you want a more intimate setting with wild animals, check out Jabcecc.org, Californiawolfcenter.org, or skyfalconry.com.
Do you like wine or maybe tequila? Either way Baja California is located 30 minutes south of downtown San Diego with beautiful people, gorgeous coastlines, fresh seafood, and award winning wineries it is a must.
Adventure out on a boat ride to Catalina Island. One hour north of San Diego is Dana Point, where you can take a 1 hour ferry ride across to the island and take a mini weekend vacation.
2 Hours Northeast from San Diego and today known as the Golf Capital of the World, Palm Springs has more than just golf to offer. Stunning vintage inspired Airbnb's, the annual Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, International Film Festival, and The White Party to name a few.
Want to be a star or maybe see some stars, Los Angels and its famous Hollywood sign is around 2 hours North of San Diego. Be an extra on a show, visit Universal Studios, Shop in the Fashion District, or be glamorous in posh Beverly Hills. Either way you wont be disappointed with what LA has to offer.
Walk among rare giant trees in the Sequoia National Park with some of the oldest trees at 3,200 yrs old. Visit Yosemite National Park and try to catch a glimpse of the famous Firefall. Both parks are located 6-7 hours Northeast of San Diego. Both offer incredible views and untamed wilderness.
The gorgeous trees in Big Sur, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, The Warf, Alcatraz, and The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is only an 8 hour drive North from San Diego. You can drive there on a Friday and be back by Monday. Though you may want more time because there is so much to see.