When you stay at Tamarack Beach Hotel, the one of the first things you’ll want to do is spend some time on the beach. You have Carlsbad State Beach, three miles of sandy shores and stunning cliffs, less than a yard away. Visitors enjoy swimming, boogie boarding, and sunning as well as surfing, scuba diving, and fishing. You can also stroll through the village of Carlsbad to dine in local cafes and find a keepsake to take home. Here are some of the other attractions you should visit during your vacation:
Legoland is a unique kind of amusement park, and it’s also located right in Carlsbad. This site is beloved by children of all ages who never outgrew their love of this iconic building toy.
The Flower Fields
The Flower Fields bloom every spring, and it’s a beautiful site to behold. Check to see if it is open while you are in town.
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Del Mar Fairgrounds hosts events and live entertainment throughout the year, but it’s the thoroughbred horse racing that draws visitors to this venue.
SeaWorld San Diego
SeaWorld has been a favorite amusement park for decades, with its combination of water park, live shows, and thrilling rides.
Petco Park is home base for the San Diego Padres, but it also acts as a concert venue.
Gaslamp Quarter is the place to go for good eats and nightlife. This historic neighborhood has lots of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs to experience.
USS Midway is a retired aircraft carrier that functions as a military museum where visitors can see a collection of planes and go below deck for a taste of what life on the open waters was life.
Balboa Park is not just a green space; it acts as the cultural and arts hub of the city, with over 17 museums, gardens and performing arts halls.
San Diego Zoo and Safari Park
San Diego Zoo and Safari Park is on most visitors’ must-see lists. This world-famous animal part works hard to enrich the lives of the many species they have and to promote conservation efforts with the parks’ guests.
Torrey Pines Natural Reserve
Torrey Pines Natural Reserve has trails of different levels of difficulty that you can hike or mountain bike. Birdwatchers are also commonly found looking for rare species among the rare pines.