Recently, US News & World Report named March through May as the best time to visit San Diego. And for good reason, as average temperatures are in the high 60s and low 70s, perfect for exploring everything that the city has to offer while also experiencing the luxurious life at San Diego RV Resort!
Equally appealing for families is the fact San Diego is the perfect Easter and/or Spring Break getaway with the kids. Enjoy such popular attractions as the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, Balboa Park, various area beaches, and other top tourist attractions.
Here’s more great ideas for what to do and see during your Spring visit to San Diego and San Diego RV Resort:
Padres Games – Take in a San Diego Padres baseball game beginning April 7. By staying at San Diego RV Resort, you can avoid the hassles of traffic and parking on game day by jumping on the San Diego Trolley right at the resort!
Whale Watching – Spring is the heart of grey whale watching season as they make their way from the Artic to Baja. There are countless whale watching cruises available throughout the season, getting you up close and personal with them!
SeaWorld’s Magic Weekends (March 4-26) – Come be amazed at SeaWorld’s Magic Weekends. Each weekend will feature different illusionists that are sure to delight and astound. Headliner talent will perform a 20-25 minute illusion show in Mission Bay Theater.
Farmer’s Markets – San Diego County is ripe with fresh food markets. Once there, consumers can find beautiful local produce, artisan breads, fresh flowers, unique home good and food products, and more! For a complete list of local farmers markets including days of operation and times visit https://www.sdfarmbureau.org/BuyLocal/Farmers-Markets.php.
Balboa Park – The nation’s largest urban park is in full bloom in the spring, making it a perfect time of year to plan a visit. Once there, visitors can enjoy 15 major museums, renowned performing arts venues, the San Diego Zoo, and more!
San Diego Crew Classic (April 1-2) – From its modest beginnings over four decades ago, the San Diego Crew Classic has matured into the largest regatta in the world held for primarily eight-oared rowing shells. The regatta provides a venue for high school junior programs, collegiate teams, masters’ clubs, and even Olympic-level competition. San Diegans can be proud of the strong influence the regatta has had nationally on the sport of rowing.
Beaches – San Diego is known for its beaches and the mild temperatures during the Spring make it the perfect season to enjoy the sun and sand. Among the most popular local beaches are Mission Beach, La Jolla, Mt. Soledad and Old Town.
Old Town Trolley – Board the Old Town Trolley and enjoy historic stories and facts from the conductor as you travel to such notable stops as the Maritime Museum, the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, Seaport Village, Little Italy, Gaslamp Quarter, the Whaley House, Hotel del Coronado and much more.
EarthFair 2017 (April 23, Balboa Park) – The world’s largest annual environmental fair and Earth Day Celebration.
Art Alive (April 27-30, San Diego Museum of Art) – A loved and eagerly anticipated tradition, Art Alive 2017 celebrates its 36th year and the stunning works of art on display in the Museum with more than 100 floral interpretations created by top local and national designers.
34th Annual Fiesta Old Town Cinco de Mayo (May 5-7) – A San Diego tradition since 1983, this celebration in Old Town is the largest event of its kind in Southern California, featuring three days of music, food and fun.
Gator by the Bay (May 11-14, Spanish Landing Park) – Gator by the Bay features live music including zydeco and jazz; Mardi Gras parades; 10,000 pounds of crawfish; Cajun and Creole food; cooking demos; and more.
And so much more!
To enjoy the very best of Spring in San Diego be sure to visit our online reservation system and book your stay with us today!