The fastpitch rotation of the Triple Crown World Series has the 10u and 12u age groups heading to San Diego for 2019, with game set to run from July 13-17.
As one of the most popular and beautiful settings in California, there’s no shortage of activities to explore off the field, but here are five options that should be at the top of every team’s list.
Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve – In terms of unique beauty, this is a wonderful setting to explore north of the city. Trails offer a chance to get up close and personal with the attraction's famously beautiful sandstone ravines and badlands as well as breathtaking views of the coastline.
Balboa Park/San Diego Zoo – How often does something live up to the hype? The San Diego Zoo deserves every ounce of praise it gets, and the surroundings at the park with the museums, trails and flowers make for a delightful journey away from the ballpark.
Coronado Bay – The iconic bridge that takes you away from the city to this less-frantic beach setting is something you won’t forget. Just meandering around the shore is a great way to spend the day, and there’s sailing, stand-up paddling, surfing, kayaking and Venetian gondola cruises to up the activity level.
USS Midway Museum – The longest-serving aircraft carrier in the world has been permanently moored at San Diego’s Embarcadero since 2004. Commissioned in 1945, the USS Midway served in the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm, before becoming the largest museum dedicated to aircraft carriers and naval aviation anywhere.
La Jolla Sea Caves – In a single tour you can experience southern California's surf culture, observe several species of marine animals, and visit four different marine environments: sandy beach, rocky coast, kelp forest, and open ocean, each with unique characteristics and wildlife viewing opportunities.