Long stretches of clean sand and beautiful waves make San Diego a beach paradise for families. These beaches are listed in order from north to south starting in Oceanside and ending in Del Mar.
For the beaches of Central and Southern San Diego from La Jolla down to Imperial Beach, check out this list: http://www.trekaroo.com/lists/san-diego-beaches-that-families-love
Just about every day of the year in San Diego is the perfect day to visit the beach. Miles of sandy beaches, waves, and family-friendly perks (great parking, restrooms) await. Here are the beaches of San Diego listed from La Jolla to the north and Coronado and Imperial Beach to the south.
For the beaches of Northern San Diego (Oceanside to Del Mar), please check out this list: http://www.trekaroo.com/list/northern-san-diego-beaches-that-families-love
One of the best things about Trick-or-Treating with our kids during Halloween, is the excuse to visit neighbors who you may have never met before. And while a walk down the street you live on is always nice, there are some neighborhoods that are famed for wildly decorated homes and a particularly festive atmosphere. Here are some of the San Francisco Bay Area's best spots to Trick-or Treat. If you have little ones who get to bed early or who might not be up for too much spookiness, you might want to visit some of the bay area's malls and other attractions that host a Halloween celebration.1. Stonestown Galleria