Presidio Park, San Diego

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Presidio Park, San Diego - Address, Phone Number

Address: 2811 Jackson St, San Diego, CA 92110, USA

Phone: +1-6196924918

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

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This historic park was the location of one of the first settlements in San Diego, back in 1769. It was the base of Mexico's military power in California. Different areas of the park have their own significance, all for getting hitched. For example, Inspiration Point is a popular wedding venue, as is Palm Canyon. People also get married close to The Padre Cross, which was erected in 1913 by the Order of Panama and made from the ruins of the Presidio. The most popular of these spots is The Arbor. Needless to say, all of the park is perfectly landscaped and a great place for a stroll. It looks over Old Town, so the views are nice. At the park is the Junipero Serra Museum, containing some of the collection of the San Diego History Center.

How To reach Presidio Park by Public Transport

  • By Bus 88 stop Taylor St & Presidio Dr.

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  • Such a beautiful park, and full of San Diego history. Visit the bookstore if you have the time. Also a beautiful place for a wedding. For me, it's just a great place to enjoy a few moments of peace in the fresh air.

  • A great place to geek out on California history in conjunction with the mission upriver a few miles. I do wish that more of the excavated and recovered original site were demarcated as the models in the museum laid them out. I love imagining the things that stood once where I now stand and the people who were here, doing what people do.

  • Steep trails for running/exploring. A few homeless folks living in the area. Great views of the city.

  • This place is beautiful!! My husbands family spends 4th of July at this park until the fireworks. Its awesome. The park is big enough for at least 20 families. And we can see all the fireworks around the city, as well as the views. GORGEOUS!

  • Probably one of my favorite places in the city to get away and unwind. Great place for a picnic and nap on the soft, lush grass!

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