We spent a couple days in California for a mini-family reunion earlier this month. Of course no visit to California is ever complete without seeing either the ocean or Disneyland, both of which we sadly lack in Arizona. We spent our first full day there running around Disneyland and eating churros. It was my sister-in-law’s first time there so naturally she was forced onto every ride.
On our second day in California, we ticked off the other must-see requirement on our list: the ocean. Sunset Cliffs Natural Park is rated as one best places in San Diego to see that blue-liquidy-thing we don’t have in Arizona. We understand why:
This is a popular area for cliff diving, weddings and of course, watching the sun set.
Sunset Cliffs Natural Park Overview
- Coordinates: 32.729728, -117.252558
- Fees: FREE
- Difficulty: Easy
- Usage: Heavy
- Length: 3.7 Miles
- Things to note:
- There isn’t really a set trail/hike. It’s more of a… stroll along the cliffs type of thing.
- This is a popular location so parking can be difficult to find, especially on weekends. Weekdays are the best time to visit.
- Pets allowed: Yes
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