One of the reasons we love to come to San Diego is the beautiful and accessible beaches. San Diego has almost universal access to the coast. With the exception of a few ecologically sensitive areas and isolated government installations, anything below the high tide line is open to the public. Even in places where there are private homes, you will find public right-of-ways and easements permitting access to the beach. There are a plethora of public parks, picnic areas and pedestrian paths, with bathroom facilities, recreational areas and lifeguard services, and firepits available in most locations.
Tessa and her fur babies at Fiesta Island dog park. There are four dog beaches designed specifically for your pooch, some even equiped with doogie foot showers to wash off sandy feet.
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