Enjoy summer in San Diego without breaking the bank! With its 70 miles of beautiful coastline, nice weather and a variety of street fairs, concerts, art exhibits, and cultural events, you will never run out of things to do in San Diego! So come out and play and experience a perfect and fun summer getaway with your friends and family for FREE!
Below is a list of fun and FREE activities that you can enjoy during San Diego's summer months!San Diego's Beaches
Nothing beats summer in San Diego with its 70 miles of beautiful beaches!59-Mile Scenic DriveFree Summer ConcertsFree Summer MoviesBalboa Park After Dark
When: May 27 - September 2, 2016Twilight in the Park
When: June 21 - September 1, 2016International Summer Organ Festival
When: June 27 - August 29, 2016Stagecoach Days: Celebrating The Wild West In San Diego
When: July 9 - August 27, 2016Supergirl Pro
When: July 22-24, 2016Unleashed by Petco Surf Dog Competition
When: July 30, 2016San Diego's Farmer's Markets
Sample some of the more than 200 varieties of fresh produce grown in San Diego at one of the region's many Farmers' Markets, held daily at locations throughout the county.Mission Bay
Bike, walk or jog along many trails along Mission Bay Park. Bikers, walkers and joggers share more than 20 miles of scenic paths winding through sunlight and shade near the shoreline with workout.Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
Hike the trails of Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve Park and see the rare and elegant Torrey pine trees, a number of animal species and miles of unspoiled beaches below.Mission Trails Regional Park
Visit Mission Trails Regional Park featuring a state-of-the-art Visitors Center where guests explore and learn about the wonders of nature and the native people who once lived on the land. The park also offers over 40 miles of natural and developed hiking and biking trails.South Bayfront PowWow
South Bayfront PowWow invites visitors to the Chula Vista bayfront for a weekend of traditional Music, Dance, Arts and Crafts and Food.When: August 4-6, 2016Chula Vista Lemon Festival
The Lemon Festival celebrates Chula Vista's heritage as the "Lemon Capital of the World" and will feature live entertainment, a kids' fun zone and lemons galore.When: August 7, 2016ArtWalk NTC @ Liberty Station
ArtWalk NTC @ Liberty Station brings fine art outside under San Diego's sunny skies to create the perfect viewing art under natural light and purchase artwork directly from the finest artists in the region.When: August 13-14, 2016Cardiff Dog Days of Summer
Cardiff-by-the-Sea is ready to celebrate man's best friend! Set in a beautiful beach community, Cardiff Dog Days of Summer is a fair for dogs and dog lovers.When: August 13, 2016Hillcrest Cityfest Street Fair
CityFest takes place in the heart of Hillcrest under the Hillcrest Sign and is a huge celebration of community spirit through music, arts, crafts, and food.When: August 14, 2016Chula Vista Haborfest
Chula Vista HarborFest is a family-friendly celebration that welcomes everyone to enjoy a classic summer festival with breathtaking ocean views as a backdrop.When: August 20, 2016Ramona County Fair
The Ramona Country Fair is a great place for family fun featuring rides, carnival games, vendors, beer and wine gardens, food, entertainment, and much more!
When: August 25-28, 2016Imperial Avenue Street Festival
Imperial Avenue Street Festival is a multicultural street scene that will celebrate the rich culture of the Logan Heights community.When: August 27, 2016National City Automobile Heritage Day
The National City Automobile Heritage Day features a dazzling display of those cars from very early models to the latest Super Cars.When: August 27, 2016LeucadiART Walk
Join us for LeucadiART Walk, a revival of the original 80's art event in historic Leucadia with art, entertainment, a children's art pavilion and more.When: August 28, 2016Scuba diving or snorkeling
Go scuba diving or snorkeling off San Diego's shores to see spectacular creatures of the sea. La Jolla Shores and Cove offer some of the clearest waters on the California coast, as well as miles of protected underwater preserve to explore.The Embarcadero
Walk along downtown's beautiful Embarcadero, featuring the Waterfront Park, promenades and an 830-foot-long water fountain to splash and play. Visitors can view impressive public art sculptures and memorials celebrating San Diego's international ties, cultural diversity and military and maritime heritage.Bayshore Bikeway
The iconic 24-mile Bayshore Bikeway in San Diego is a must-do for bicyclists visiting the area. Of course, there are plenty of other amazing bike paths to explore throughout the county.Balboa Park Trails
Take a walk or run along the 65+ miles of trails of Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the United States, and discover its beautiful Spanish Colonial-Revival architecture and glorious gardens. Also, visitors can take advantage of the Park's variety of other free offerings, including ranger-led walking tours.South Bay Pride Art & Music Festival
South Bay Pride Art and Music Festival will be a day (and evening) of fun for all with live entertainment, local art, food, drinks and more!When: September 10, 2016Coronado Art Walk
The 2-day Coronado Art Walk is put on by the Coronado Historical Association and is an admission free, public event designed to foster creativity and appreciation for the wonders of art.When: September 10-11, 2016Old Town Fiestas Patrias
It's that time again to head to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park to celebrate Mexican Independence! The annual Fiestas Patrias festivities commence with the ringing of the bell at the historic Casa de Estudillo.When: September 17, 2016
More fun SUMMER activities in San Diego can be found athttp://www.sandiego.org/.
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