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On December 6, 1846, one of the bloodiest battles of the Mexican-American war took place here.
On December 6, 1846, one of the bloodiest battles of the Mexican-American war took place here. The visitor center on-site has displays on the history of the site.
15808 San Pasqual Valley Road, Escondido, CA, United States
Sister park to the San Diego Zoo in Balboa Park, the Safari Park is a massive (1,800 acres) zoo with large, naturalistic free-range enclosures containing animals from all over the world
Near the north end of Central Beach is this small park with an expansive lawn
A large park stretching several miles between the I-5/I-805 intersection and I-15, just south and roughly parallel to SR-56
Located along the San Diego River between San Diego and Santee, this massive park is a hidden jewel among the city's park system
College basketball enthusiasts will recognize a familiar face coaching this team, National Champion Steve Fisher
The first of the California missions, today Mission San Diego is an active Catholic Parish and a museum dedicated to the history of the mission
Stretched along Torrey Pines State Park and set against gorgeous cliffs, this beach is one of the most beautiful around
No bikes, dogs, food and beverages allowed
Home to the NFL San Diego Chargers and the college SDSU Aztecs football teams