Tijuana Estuary Trail is a 4.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Imperial Beach, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
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 :)
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
Great tranquil trails , the breeze from the ocean makes it a great place!
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
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.