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All reviews bird watching eucalyptus trees nature center nice walk beautiful nature walking path hour walk great blue heron la costa natural habitat easy trail miles round trip beautiful place to walk a small parking lot flora and fauna bird sanctuary stretch your legs
This place is so beautiful to walk, run etc. you can bird watch, sit and look out onto the lagoon and take in all the beauty. It’s Dog friendly and the hotel gives treats and water to your pet by the golf area. I love...More
The walking paths, that hug the shore of the lagoon, are about a couple of miles to the end and back. Waterfowl can be seen, and there are interesting plants. Locals come here often to walk, jog, etc. A great way to spend a couple...More
I absolutely loved this lagoon trail. I saw a great blue heron, a couple egrets, and a variety of other shore waterfowl that I couldn’t actually identify. The trail is well maintained, and they really want you to stay on the trail so you don’t...More
Good for a 45 minute self guided walk if you're looking for something free to do ... but does not hold a candle to 'annies canyon' not far away - check that out if your looking for something with some 'surprise factor'
I live in the area and have hiked this beautiful trail many times. It's great for kids, tame dogs on a leash, joggers, and walkers. Great peaceful walk in the early mornings but gets busy on the weekends around 8AM. Bring a camera if this...More
This lagoon stretches from Ponto (So Carlsbad) beach to the La Costa Resort. There is a walking trail that surrounds the tidal lagoon. very peaceful and beautiful. There is also a bird sanctuary just off of the La Costa exit from Highway 5.
This is probably the most popular walk in north county. About 3 miles round trip through lots of different vegetation, including an area of cultivated indigenous plants, always with a view of the lagoon and its bird life. Only negative is an area where lots...More
Get off the 5 on poinsettia lane and then go straight through Paseo del Norte, next turn right on batiquitos drive. Lastly, turn onto Gabbiano lane and drive all the way to the end and you will find the start of the trail... More
Get off the 5 on poinsettia lane and then go straight through Paseo del Norte, next turn right on batiquitos drive. Lastly, turn onto Gabbiano lane and drive all the way to the end and you will find the start of the trail. Also- there is parking at the entrance but if that is filled up you can park in the neighborhood surrounding it. Hope you have a great time!