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City Offers Many Free Activities

Having fun in San Diego doesn’t always require a lot of money. In fact, many things to see and do here are absolutely free. With 70 miles of beaches, picturesque weather and an array of settings country-wide, San Diego offers a fun and inexpensive getaway during all seasons of the year.

Here’s a partial list of free, year-round San Diego activities:

* Enjoy San Diego’s many beaches, all free, to swim, body surf or simply hang-ten. Play in the sand, collect seashells or just soak up the sun.

* Visit La Jolla Cove and see the beautiful sunset on the ocean. The cove is a spectacular natural setting.

* Visit Seaport Village during the weekends for free entertainment and hours of leisurely strolling and window-shopping. Or just sit in the grass and gaze at the passing yachts and ships on San Diego Bay.

* Walk through the 16 ˝ block historic Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego and enjoy the renovated turn-of-the-century Victorian architecture, home to restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, specialty shops and more.

* Fly a kite along the grassy field in the Tecolote Shores of Mission Bay Park, a 4,600-acre park. Here, away from trees and overhead wires, friends and family can gather to launch colorful kites into the bay breezes.

* Enjoy free organ concerts and 2 p.m. on Sundays at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. The Organ Pavilion features one of the world’s largest outdoor pipe organs, a San Diego landmark since 1914.

* Bike or jog along one of Mission Bay Park’s many trails. Both Joggers and walkers share more than 20 miles of scenic trails that wind through both sunlight and shade near the shoreline. The paths also have workout courses at planned stations along the route.

* Visit the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista for a free tour of the 150-acre-facility, including training fields and tracks, athlete dorms and the Otay Lake Reservoir. Tours are given daily.

-- San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau


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