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Oceanside California Things To Do

Oceanside Fast Facts:

  • Area of City: 42 sq. miles
  • Year of Incorporation: 1888
  • Location: 35 miles north of San Diego, 83 miles south of Los Angeles, 16 miles south of San Clemente
  • Population: 183,095

Oceanside Attractions and Things to Do:

 
 Oceanside Harbor: Unlike most ports, all boats are visible from a two-lane asphalt drive encircling its shoreline. Fine restaurants, picnic tables, and a Harbor Village with shops, eateries, and a lighthouse, along with the nearby Harbor Beach combine to offer the seafarer and motor visitor an enchanting experience of color and atmosphere. Oceanside’s Harbor is a mecca for sportfishing, whale watching, boating and other water-oriented activities.
 
Oceanside Pier: The historic Oceanside Pier is a prized community resource, and at its current 1,942 feet in length, it remains one of the longest wooden construction recreational piers on the West Coast. The pier is a recreational common ground for Oceanside, a place where young and old, fisherman and surfer, tourist and residents mingle, stroll, and sit to watch the waves or the sunset while enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Ocean. 
 
 Mission San Luis Rey: Founded in June 1798 by Father Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, the Mission is one of the most architecturally impressive of all the California missions. Built of adobe and faced with brick, it is a composite of Spanish, Mexican, and Moorish styles.
 Heritage Park: Heritage Park Village & Museum centers around an idyllic Main Street lined with many of historic Oceanside’s original buildings. The first General Store, the Portola Inn, the Blacksmith Shop & Livery Stable, a doctors office, the Old City jail, Libby School and the Blade newspaper building provide an ambient backdrop for education programs, special events and social gatherings of all kinds.
 
 Oceanside Museum of Art: Oceanside Museum of Art is a cultural jewel located in downtown Oceanside with a view of the Pacific Ocean and the historic Oceanside Pier. The museum is housed in a classic Irving Gill designed building that represents the flavor of Southern California in the 1930s.
 
 California Surf Museum: At a time when the historical roots of many beach communities are rapidly changing and/or disappearing, the California Surf Museum is preserving the strong link between the ocean and lifestyles of the beach community. The museum actively collects, documents and preserves surfing related artifacts and memorabilia.
Sunshine Brooks Theater: Operated by New Vision Theatre, the historic Sunshine Brooks Theatre is home to a series of year-round quality productions. New Vision produces some exceptional community theatre and is responsible for refurbishing the hall into a facility supportive of concerts as well as Oceanside civic events. 
 
Buena Vista Audobon Society Nature Center: At the absolute southern edge of Oceanside , you’ll find the Buena Vista Audubon Society’s Nature Center . Sited on the Buena Vista Lagoon, the Center offers a variety of natural history experiences. In the course of an afternoon, you can walk amid native plants to see views of the lagoon and its bird life, discover tracks along the shore that reveal the night’s animal visitors, tour the garden of native plants, find the world’s tiniest mammals in one of the exhibits of local habitat, learn what endangered species live in the lagoon and challenge your children with nature games. 
 
Camp Pendleton Marine Base: The world’s largest U.S. Marine Corps Amphibious Training Base is located in North Oceanside. It is considered a “recreational” paradise with its military community of over 36,000 spread over 125,000 acres. The camp is well recognized for its interest and effort toward ecology and the preservation of natural resources. With its three mountain ranges and varied geographical terrain, Camp Pendleton has earned its title as an “Ecological Oasis of Coastal California.” Home of the First Marine Division, Camp Pendleton is situated on what was once a Spanish land grant called Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores. The area’s natural beauty has been changed as little as possible, making Camp Pendleton a modern military base in the heart of a little piece of history. 
 
 Farmers Market: The Farmers Market is a delightful way to mingle with the locals and experience our fresh, homegrown, organic produce, botanicals and scrumptious baked goods. Located in historic downtown on Pier View Way , the Farmers Market is held every Thursday morning.Sunset Market: Come enjoy farmers market at Oceanside in the historic downtown. Several vendors with all types of items along with foods from around the world. we also have a playhouse for the kids. Come enjoy our barbecued foods and great atmosphere along with local farmers. Live music at every farmers market, Thursday evenings fro 5:00pm to 9:00pm

 

 

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