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There is much to see and do in Imperial Beach and South San Diego from swimming or surfing at the beach, to a walking tour of public art, to a nature walk and bird watching experience at the world-renowned Tijuana Estuary or to simply relax and enjoy our beautiful sunsets. Along the residential strip lining the long beaches of Imperial Beach, surfing, body boarding and swimming are good and popular activities throughout the summer. Tijuana Sloughs and Border Park are the large and largely impassible marsh areas south of Imperial Beach Blvd. The estuarine lagoons and river mouths here comprise a National Wildlife Refuge of special interest to bird-watching enthusiasts, and the parks service offers guided nature hikes and visitor information.

Imperial Beach Pier
At Portwood Pier Plaza, you will find grassy expanses, picnic areas, a tot-lot, entertainment stage, access to the pier and beach and many tributes to Imperial Beach’s long history as a surfing destination. The history of Imperial Beach’s big wave surfing can be explored through the colorful collection of surfboard benches at Portwood Pier Plaza. A tribute to the history of surf board design, each bench bears a plaque that tells the story of how Imperial Beach’s big waves had an impact on the surfing pioneers from 1937 to the 1950s. The crowning piece of the plaza is Surfhenge – a towering colorful public art monument to surfing.

San Diego National Wildlife Refuge
This important salt marsh is surrounded by San Diego County and Tijuana, Mexico, with a population of 4.3 million people. Within this international bioregion, the refuge maintains essential habitats for many migrating shorebirds and waterfowl along the Pacific Flyway. The refuge's habitat and wildlife management programs focus on the recovery of endangered species through research, habitat restoration, and environmental education.

Veteran's Park Recreation Center - Chula Vista
Verterns Park, a 12-acre community facility and recreational site includes a prominent "Walk of Honor" walkway paved with bricks inscribed with the names of veterns. Each brick bears the name of one veterns and their respective branch of service: U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy, Police and Fire Departments. If you need to arrange transportation for your families event be sure to contact Red Cab Company.

Surfboard Museum
Southern California is well-known throughout the United States as “surfing central.” The city of Imperial Beach shares the coastal waters with Baja California and is a place where the surf culture runs deeply and passionately though several generations of surfers, shapers and designers. The outdoor Surfboard Museum Commemorates Imperial Beach’s surfing heritage and the famous big-wave break, the Tijuana Slough. The museum honors 25 prominent shapers including nine local shapers. The surfboards represent a span from ancient time to 1985. The line up begins at 3rd Street ending at Seacoast Drive, leading the pedestrian to the beach – the heart and soul of this coastal community.

US Open Imperial Beach Sandcastle Competition
At this family-friendly event, visitors could stroll up and down Seacoast Drive, which was closed to traffic for the weekend, and take in everything the U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition had to offer. For the 21 and older crowd, the Imperial Beach Boys and Girls Club hosted the Sandcastle Dance. With live music and lots of young people to socialize with, the dance was a wonderful way to start off this fun-filled weekend! Avoid the hassle of parking at let Red Cab Company provide taxi services and enjoy the weekend at the beach.

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