Enjoy a day outdoors enjoying the natural beauty of San Diego. The nearby California State Parks let you enjoy mountain, ocean, or desert.
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
This desert isn't barren. Venture onto trails for hiking and biking in search of wildlife including bighorn sheep, eagles, and iguanas. This area also brings hundreds of locals out to see it's beautiful wildflower bloom each year.
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
Hike cliffs offering a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean to discover the native Torrey Pine. Or choose a trail that leads down to the beach and enjoy exploring along the shore.
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Hike through an oak forest or cross the open meadow at Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. Cuyamaca Peak is one of the highest in San Diego, and offers great views of the area, including Lake Cuyamaca.
Border Field State Park
The marshes and sand dunes in Border Field State Park are a rich wildlife habitat. Hikers and especially birders will enjoy the trails that let you see birds like the black-necked stilt and pelican.
Palomar Mountain State Park
The forest in Palomar Mountain is a shady blend of tress including cedar, pine, and fir. Trails take you through the forest and meadows. Depending on which lookout point you hike to and which way you face, you'll enjoy views of the ocean or the desert.
After a day out on the trail, ease your sore, overworked muscle's with a soak in the hot tub at Days Inn San Diego Hotel Circle Near SeaWorld. You won't want to go far for a meal after being on your feet all day, so grab a bite at the on-site restaurant, Bunz: A Burger Joint. Then settle in for a great night's sleep in our comfortable rooms. Click here to make your reservation to explore the beautiful natural setting of San Diego.