Pacific Beach California is a northwestern neighborhood of San Diego. The community is south of La Jolla and north of Mission Beach and Ocean Beach. The San Diego Freeway or I-5 is on the eastern end of Pacific Beach.
The beach area on the shores of the Pacific Ocean includes a small pier that stretches out on the western end of Garnet Avenue. The Crystal Pier is a site for shopping, rollerblading, and cycling among other recreational activities. Many clubs and eateries are on Mission Boulevard, a road which is a few steps away from the beach.
The Kate Sessions Park is in the northern part of the city. Rose Creek also appears in the area near the Mission Bay region.
The San Diego Unified School District operates the public schools in the Pacific Beach CA area. These schools include the Mission Bay Senior High School and the Pacific Beach Middle School. The Kate Sessions Elementary School is also near the park of the same name.
The Mission Bay Golf Course and the Pacific Beach Tennis Club are recreational sites on the southeastern part of the city. These are on the other side of the Rose Inlet near the Mike Gotch Memorial Bridge.
Pacific Beach CA was developed in the 1880s and was linked to a railway that went to San Diego and La Jolla. The United States Navy had a training center here in the 1940s.
Pacific Beach CA has a population of 49,000, thus making it one of the largest neighborhoods in San Diego County. The neighborhood can be navigated through its many roads. The north-to-south roads are named after city officials from the community’s history, while the east-to-west roads are mostly named for precious stones.
The Crown Point section of Pacific Beach goes south towards Mission Beach. The area heads to Mission Bay and is home to a few small private marinas.
Most of the commercial activity in Pacific Beach takes place on Garnet Avenue. This includes the space around Mission Bay Drive near the San Diego Freeway.
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