La Jolla Childrens Pool

La Jolla Childrens Pool

La Jolla Childrens Pool is a small cove that served as a swimming area for children until seals and sea lions claimed it. Children no longer swim here but visitors come to this beach to watch the sea life.

You can sunbathe, hike, or enjoy a picnic overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. It's a great place to watch the sunset due to the gorgeous cliffs and palm trees.

After learning about this beach, be sure to check out other San Diego beaches:

Blacks Beach | Coronado | Del Mar | Ocean Beach| Imperial Beach
La Jolla Cove | La Jolla Shores
Marine Street | Mission Bay | Mission Beach | Windansea Beach
Torrey Pines State Beach | Pacific Beach | Silver Strand | Sunset Cliffs

This is a scenic beach just a short walk from downtown La Jolla. Parking on the street is a challenge; especially on summer weekends However, there are a number of paid parking lots in the downtown area.

Scuba divers come to this beach to dive in the reefs just offshore. It's also a popular destination for snorkeling. Divers should call in advance (619) 221-8884 to check on diving conditions and are required to check in with the life guards prior to diving.

Directions to La Jolla Children's Pool:
From San Diego drive north on I-5. Exit at La Jolla Parkway West. Merge onto La Jolla Parkway. Stay straight to go onto Torrey Pines Rd. Turn right on Prospect Place. Prospect Pl. becomes Prospect St. Turn right on Jenner St. Take a slight left onto Coast Blvd. The address is 850 Coast Blvd., La Jolla.

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