At 1,942 feet, the historical Oceanside Pier is one of the longest wooden piers on the West Coast. Take a leisurely stroll out over the Pacific Ocean, watch the surfers ride a wave, fishermen catch a fish, or grab a bite to eat at the famous Ruby’s Diner located at the end of the pier.
Oceanside's busiest beach. There is always a ton going on here. Walk the pier, hit the waves, take a surf lesson from Surfing Fire (located at the base of the pier), and have lunch at Tin Fish (under the pier) or Ruby's (end of the pier).
“Great surf. Long sandy beaches. A cool jetty to walk. And plenty of good places to grab a drink or bite to eat.”
“Oceanside Museum of Art is a premier regional art museum and a leader of arts and culture in San Diego. In addition to several highly praised contemporary art exhibitions per year, museum programming includes classes, lectures, docent tours, parties, concerts, films, culinary events, and chartered travel to other cultural art venues and destinations.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Great variety choices local organic grocery and home made prep meal food on the go. Neighborhood favorite! ”
“Local Tap House is a hotspot with global dishes, craft beers, and cocktails in a rustic-chic surrounds with outdoor tables. LTH is located at 308 S Coast Highway. Check out localtaphouse.com”