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San Diego Coastal runs along the I-5, from Downtown to La Jolla. All of the communities in this region are part of the City of San Diego.
The area known as the San Diego Coastal region consists of several medium and small sized communities north of downtown San Diego along the Southern California coast. The area includes towns like Bay Park, Clairemont, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Point Loma and University City. It includes both high-priced real estate and some areas with homes that are more affordable for families or those just getting started. It is all conveniently connected via several freeways, and the San Diego International Airport serves travelers flying in and out of the region.
The Coastal San Diego area is full of things to see and do. Mission Bay Park near Bay Park is the largest man-made water park in the country at more than 4,000 acres with 27 miles of shoreline and includes the nationally renowned San Diego Sea World. Other large parks include the Sam Sneed All American Golf Course in Tecolote Canyon National Park, La Jolla Colony Park and Rose Canyon Open Space Park. There are a smattering of festivals celebrated in the numerous Coastal San Diego communities throughout the year, from the Festa do Espirito Santo and the Carillo festival in October in Point Loma to the Ocean Beach Street Fair and Chili Cookoff in June and its Kite Festival in March.
Public schools in the area are overseen by the the San Diego Unified School District, and there are dozens of them at all levels. There are also several private grade schools, including Sacred Heart Academy and Warren-Walker in Ocean Beach, and the Islamic School of San Diego in Clairemont. Higher education institutions in the area or close by include the University of San Diego, the San Diego Mesa College, the University of California, San Diego, San Diego State University and Point Loma Nazarene University.
There are large military operations located in parts of the area, and thus many of the families residing here are either members of, family members of or employed by the military. The largest installation is near Point Loma,where you will find the Marine Corp's Recruit Training Depot and the Naval Base Point Loma, at which several submarines are maintained as is much of the telecommunications and electronic services for the Pacific Fleet of the U.S. military. Other residents of the area are employed in sectors like education, health care and construction. Two of the area's biggest hospitals are Scripps Memorial Hospital and the University of California, San Diego's Thornton Hospital, both in University City.