Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
About Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve in San Diego, California
Ever wanted to see a famous Torrey Pine in its natural state? Well there are just a few areas that is possible. This beautiful tree grows in the La Jolla area of San Diego and on Santa Rosa Island in the Channel Islands. Luckily the state of California has protected some of the last available habitat for this rare species. The place to go is Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve which has 1500 acres and miles of hiking trails. One of the trails leads down to Flat Rock Beach a wonderful beach that is away from the crowds. The high viewpoints on the bluff are excellent places to spot migrating gray whales from mid-December through March. The visitor center is helpful for first time visitors and has nice exhibits too.
- 12600 N Torrey Pines Rd
San Diego, CA 92037
- (858) 755-2063
- Visit website
Flat Rock Beach at Torrey Pines
0.5 miles away
Flat Rock Beach at Torrey Pines State Beach requires a long walk to get to, but it’s worth the...
Torrey Pines State Beach – South Beach
0.7 miles away
South Beach at Torrey Pines State Beach is just south of the creek mouth that flows from Los Penasquitos...
Torrey Pines State Beach – North Beach
1 miles away
North Beach at Torrey Pines State Beach is on the north side of the lagoon entrance at Los Penasquitos...
Torrey Pines Golf Course
1.1 miles away
Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course is indeed a rare phenomenon as public golf courses go. The course has been...
1.9 miles away
The Lodge at Torrey Pines
1.1 miles away
The Lodge at Torrey Pines features granite bathrooms, leather chairs and sitting areas, an on site spa, top of...
Sheraton La Jolla Hotel
1.2 miles away
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