Marine Street Beach
Located near the upscale community of La Jolla, the Marine Street Beach is a small cluster of high end clothiers, hotels, shops, and galleries. The beach is also legendary to body surfers and body boarders due to it's thunderous waves which always seem to crash the shoreline at the right time. Keep in mind, this beach may not be ideal for families, as there are no public restrooms, picnic areas, and the rough surf conditions aren't well suited for children. If you have a family, you may want to find another beach. Even though it isn't the best beach for families, Marine Street Beach offers plenty of privacy and gorgeous white sand that can make for a fun day of sunbathing with friends. The rough waves found at this beach have been known to seriously injure swimmers and body boarders in the past.
If you aren't that experienced with the water, you should always make sure that you repect both the water and the waves here. During the summer months and on peak weekends during the fall and spring, there are lifeguards stationed on the beach. You should plan to park on the street at Marine Street Beach, as there are no public lots. You should try to get here early, as it can be very hard to find a parking space, especially during summer and on the weekends. Getting there If you are coming from the north, take I-5 south.
Take the exit at Genessee Avenue, head west, then make a left on Torrey Pines Road. Go down the hill into downtown La Jolla, turn left on Girad Avenue then right on Pearl Street. Turn left at La Jolla Boulevard then right on Marine Street. From the south, take I-5 north to Torrey Pines Road. Once you arrive in La Jolla Downtown, simply follow the same directions from above. (word count 310) PPPPP.
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