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Kristal Kraft, Real Estate Pro in Lone Tree, CO

Are San Diego beaches open all year?

Asked by Kristal Kraft, Lone Tree, CO Wed May 23, 2007

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San Diego beaches are open year round, which is one of the features that makes San Diego such a wonderful place to live. In fact, locals enjoy the beaches even more after the summer months have passed because they are not so crowded.
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Roberta Murp…, Real Estate Pro in San Diego, CA
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Absolutely! The water may dip below 60 degrees in jan and feb but the brave don a full wetsuit and surf anyway.
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2 votes Thank Flag Link Wed May 23, 2007
Yes, yes and yes! Enjoy yourself but remember to wear a wet suit this time of year. The San Diego beaches are fantastic and so is San Diego County for that matter.
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We are fortunate to live along the coast in Southern Ca.. Our beaches from Manhattan Beach to San Diego get some great weather all year.. I've often served Christmas brunch outdoors over the years..
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Kaye Thomas, Real Estate Pro in 90266
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Though our local beaches are generally open there are frequent specific beach closures during the winter months due to water quality issues. Our local water and sewer infastructure needs substantial repair and improvement in order to fully acommodate the population. The additional impact caused by winter run off creates problems for some of our beach areas.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Apr 11, 2008
That's why we live here! It's San Diego, baby!
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Thanks for your responses. I so enjoy visiting the beach..
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