San Diego | Breaker’s Beach, Coronado

If you want some quiet time in a beach. Breakers Beach is the place to be. Literally, just over the fence from Coronado beach. No jumping over the fence is allowed though.

Breakers Beach
My husband brought me there for some chill-time.
Breakers Beach

Breakers Beach
Empty…This was around 1-2 PM.
Breakers Beach
I can see Point Loma from here.

Breakers Beach

Breakers Beach
The Navy Lodge
Breakers Beach
Walk the shoreline. I love the feeling of water trickling my toes.

Breakers Beach

Breakers Beach
The lifeguard towers are closed. I think some people are still looking after the beach. Anyway, the beach is part of the Naval Base. But still, don’t leave your kids unattended.


Sojourn Heads-up:

  1. Breaker’s beach is inside the Naval Air Station – North Island. Active duty personnels, dependents, retirees etc. can come here anytime as long as they have their ID. If you have no military ID, you have to be accompanied by anyone from the above-mentioned persons.
  2. I don’t think there’s much of food choices within the beach area. It’s either you drive to the next available store/restaurant or bring your own food. We brought ourΒ baon. Thus, making it a nice place for picnics.
  3. Activities. I’m not sure if they have equipment rentals (e.g. kayak, jet ski etc). Β Even if there’s none, there’s lots for you to do. Swimming, sunbathing, run/jog, make sand castles (for the kids), read a book while lounging. It’s for you to decide.
  4. According to my husband, The Navy Lodge is a first-come-first-serve basis in getting a room. To know more about this check it out here.
  5. There’s family room/cottages available as well. Check it out here.
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