really very easy walked the trail and had to walk extra don't feel like a trail nothing to see

I loved it. beautiful wildlife everywhere.
has a small loop off dairy mart road good for kids and anyone looking for a quick walk. looking forward to the 4 mile loop.

Muy bonito lugar me sentí muy feliz de ver tanta flora y fauna creo que mire más animalitos que cuando e hizo al zoológico

Super easy, fun for kids or for running :)

7 months ago

trail running
9 months ago

It's a great hike, but the reason for the 3 stars is because it has no views. It's just flat land with navy helicopters flying above you. one can see wildlife like birds, rabbits and it's a decent walk but no views. It's a good place for bird watching and take a good stroll.I sugest you read Afoot and Afield is a book about trails in San Diego.

The breeze from the ocean is great

on Tijuana Estuary Trail

road biking
1 year ago

Great tranquil trails , the breeze from the ocean makes it a great place!

2 years ago

Amazing trail and beautiful scenery! A nice relaxing spot to hike, walk your dog, and see wildlife. It has a great view of the sunset.

This trail is not much of a hike. It's best for walking, jogging, running or even biking. Theres an estuary hence the name. There's an information center that can provide you with information. They are very helpful, nice & can educate you. If your interested in birds or wild flowers this is a great place!

I grew up hiking this one very easy very kid friendly . this is a good year around hike no hills mostly flat land

6 years ago

Tijuana Estuary is part of a complicated State/Federal Park. The trails are as flat as they come, but if you're interested in birding, or wildflowers, this is an excellent place to bring binoculars, camera and a field guide or two. It's also a kid friendly walk. Spring is ideal, and as the summer wears on and autumn arrives different birds and plants become more prominent. The date I entered is arbitrary, as I've been there many times. The visitor center is worth a look as well. Leave a couple bucks in the donation jar, the parks need our help right now.