About Kellogg Beach in San Diego, California
Kellogg Beach is a locals beach on the San Diego Bay side of Point Loma in San Diego. Depending on sand amounts this beach should span the two block waterfront between Kellogg Street and McCall Street. The Port of San Diego provides sand replenishment from time to time to deal with erosion of the beach.
In the mornings bird watchers and fishermen might be on the beach. Later in the day it can get downright crowded with locals seeking sun and getting out on the water.
The southern tip of Shelter Island is directly across the water. Sailboats and yachts pass by Kellogg Beach coming and going from various marinas and yacht clubs on Shelter Island Harbor.
From Kellogg Beach it’s a pleasant shoreline walk north on dirt paths that lead to Shelter Island (walk along San Antonio Ave to connect the trails). Naval Base Point Loma is just south of Kellogg Beach and public entrance is not allowed.
If you haven’t been to Cabrillo National Monument before, you should add it to your To Do list. The views from that park are splendid and it’s conveniently located on Point Loma nearby Kellogg Beach.
- McCall St and San Antonio Ave
San Diego, CA 92106
- City Beach
- Pet Details
- Dogs allowed on leash
- Free street parking
- Birdwatching, Swimming, Fishing, Walking, Kayaking, Stand-Up Paddleboarding
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