Guajome Regional Park

★★★★☆
  • 3000 Guajome Lake Road

    Oceanside, CA 92054

    Map & Directions
  • 760-724-4489

About Guajome Regional Park

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  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Campgrounds
  • Parks

Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation
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Guajome Regional Park is an oasis of nature off the roaring highway 76 in Oceanside. The beautiful lake at the heart of this park is peppered with a cheerful variety of water fowl. The geese might chase you, but you can just chase them back. It's kind of fun. There is a playground for kids. I see lots of people relaxing and fishing here, but it's never crowded. A great place for picnics at picnic tables or on the grassy hills - in the sun, or in the shade of trees. At the entrance there is a beautiful oak grove. Personally, it's all about the plants for me. I can spend hours meandering around looking at all the beautiful California native plants. The trails wind their way through multiple ecosystems. I make it a point to take friends and family here, and every time is a memorable adventure. There is a long bike trail that goes from North Santa Fe Rd (which is the next street off the 76 going west) all the way to the coast - and I just recently discovered that a trail from Guajome Lake connects to the entrance of this bike trail! See if you can find it...

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★★★★☆

Guajome Regional Park is an oasis of nature off the roaring highway 76 in Oceanside. The beautiful lake at the heart of this park is peppered with a cheerful variety of water fowl. The geese might chase you, but you can just chase them back. It's kind of fun. There is a playground for kids. I see lots of people relaxing and fishing here, but it's never crowded. A great place for picnics at picnic tables or on the grassy hills - in the sun, or in the shade of trees. At the entrance there is a beautiful oak grove. Personally, it's all about the plants for me. I can spend hours meandering around looking at all the beautiful California native plants. The trails wind their way through multiple ecosystems. I make it a point to take friends and family here, and every time is a memorable adventure. There is a long bike trail that goes from North Santa Fe Rd (which is the next street off the 76 going west) all the way to the coast - and I just recently discovered that a trail from Guajome Lake connects to the entrance of this bike trail! See if you can find it...

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