On the morning of April 29th, I woke up on a mission. A mission to take in some glorious sights and breathe in some crisp and clean ocean air. I wasn’t sure where to start this adventure, so I let my instincts guide me. While driving to the coast, several ideas pop in and out of my head. So today, I decided to take a closer look at the Carlsbad Sea Wall Trail, which is extremely popular in North Carlsbad.
Below is an outline of the Beaches of Carlsbad. On this particular day, I visited all the beaches except South Ponto.
Carlsbad State Beach
- Robert Frazee State Beach
- Tamarack State Beach
- Warm Water Jetty Beach
South Carlsbad State Beach
- Terramar State Beach
- North Ponto State Beach
- South Carlsbad State Beach
- South Ponto
Exploring the Carlsbad State Beach
Today, I thought I would start over at Robert Frazee Beach, where Carlsbad State Beach’s northern boundary begins. A small parking lot is located off Oak Ave and Ocean St, but I found a parking spot right off Pine Street in the residential area.
I have always had a deep-seated passion for the Ocean Environment which ultimately led me to receive a degree in Marine Biology. Living in the San Diego area for over 30 years, I have extensively explored the 70 miles of San Diego’s coastline, and I am here to share! Please use my website to your advantage and have a look around at all the wonders that the beaches of San Diego can offer you!