La Jolla Shores

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Located at 8200 Camino del Oro, La Jolla Shores is a

sandy beach around a mile long, nearby to a

residentual house. Throughout the summertime, the

waves at this beach are usually the most gentle of

all San Diego beaches, although the rip currents can

be very strong at times.

For this extremely reason, beginner scuba classes are held

at La Jolla Shores. The grassy park of Kellogg

Park lies behind the primary lifeguard station

and provides an excellent location for picnicking. A

large cement boardwalk parallels a large location of the

beach between the sand and the park.

The beach of La Jolla Shores is surrounding to the San

Diego La Jolla Underwater Ecological Reserve. The

removal of items from this area along with fishing

are forbidden. The Scripps Pier lies at the north

end of the beach, although the pier isn’t really open to

the general public.

Within the City limits, La Jolla Shores has the only

beachfront boat launch. Little boats can be launched

straight into the browse at foot of Avenida de la Playa,

which is south of the lifeguard station. This can

be a rough surface area, so you might have to have

a 4 wheel drive car.

If you like to surf, there are defined locations on

the beach where the waves tend to be little. For

diving, the south end of the beach is widely

used by scuba driving classes.

During the summer months, La Jolla Shores can tend

be really crowded. You must try to go in the morning,

as the crowds aren’t as bad. This is a great beach

during those hot summer season days, with plenty to do

for your entire family.

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