La Jolla Tide Pools

4.83 Votes
  • Address: 303 Coast Blvd, La Jolla, CA 92037, USA , Newport Beach, United States
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  • Phone: +1-6195258213
  • Tags: Water Body, View Point, Family And Kids

Tide pools are always exciting. With tiny gifts from the waters rolling into land, these tiny pools are rich with fish, seaweed and crabs too! La Jolla Tide Pools is one park that boasts of such lovely pools. A fun place to spend time with family and friends, you can plan a day out and come here. Don’t be surprised if the inhabitants are different after the tides. Carry your camera for sure, as this unique experience will make for some fun and interesting clicks.

How to Reach La Jolla Tide Pools

  • Bus 30 to stop- Pearl St & La Jolla Bl   

  • La Jolla Tide Pools Address: 303 Coast Blvd, La Jolla, CA 92037, USA , Newport Beach, United States
  • La Jolla Tide Pools Contact Number: +1-6195258213
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La Jolla Tide Pools Reviews & Ratings

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  • Absolutely gorgeous. The beach was so much more fun than other beaches I've been to. The tide pools were very neat. Seeing seals so close was so amazing! Beware the smell though. The waves are a bit more rough at this beach so keep little ones close, even for older kids it can be a bit scary. I will definitely be visiting this beach again! Very clean too :)

  • Absolutely amazing! We came when the tide was starting to rise and there was still plenty of life to see. It was fun watching the water get higher and higher filling in more areas. The rocks can be very slippery, I watched two people slip without any major injuries thank goodness. There are tons of shells, and the sand is more white then other beaches in the area.

  • Sure the Pacific Ocean is big, but sometimes I wonder if it's too big. Also lately it feels warmer which I don't mind, but I'm not sure it's good for the planet as a whole. It would also be better if people stopped throwing CO2 everywhere. I feel like I can tell the water is slightly more acidic than a few hundred years ago. I still give the tide pools 5 stars for the right amount of crabs and we'll placed barnacles.

  • As far as oceans go, this one is nice. It has water and sand. I take my mom here to feed the seagulls. You just hold the bread in your hand, over your head, and they will come and get it. When you arrive you won't see any birds, but after feeding one, a hundred will appear. It's fun but I get the impression that the locals hate us. The surf is beautiful, the sound will take your cares away, and the rocks are in the middle of the water every time the waves come to shore. People watching is a sport here. The tourists are here all year round, and they are welcome guests. They are fun to watch as well as to talk to. Come help us feed these birds and learn about far away places, you will enjoy the time away from your phones.

  • Very cool beach spot. Tons of little tidy pools and inlets everywhere. Will visit again the next time we're in San Diego. Careful though - the rocks are very deceptively slippery in areas. We saw at least one pretty gnarly fall from people not being careful.

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