Phone: (619) 428-2946
Ranger Station: 2721 Monument Road, San Diego, CA 92154
Sports Complex: 2487 Sunset Ave., San Diego, CA 92154
Bird and Butterfly Garden: 2310 Hollister St., San Diego, CA 92154
Campground: 1942 Monument Road, San Diego, CA 92154
Hours: 8 a.m. – sunset, daily. Pedestrian access available sunrise to sunset daily. No public vehicle access or restroom availability on December 25.
Tijuana River Valley Regional Park offers more than 1,800 acres of diverse habitats to enhance visitors' experiences – from dense riparian forests along the Tijuana River to coastal maritime sage scrub on top of Spooner's Mesa. Experience the extensive system of trails that link the many habitats in this fertile river valley. You can hike, mountain-bike and ride horseback along 22.5 miles of multi-use trails, or bring your binoculars to track some of the 340 native and travelling bird species at a park that sits beneath the Pacific Flyway.
Visit the Bird and Butterfly Garden, located at 2310 Hollister St., where walking paths meander around plants that attract these interesting winged creatures. Another popular feature of the park is the Community Garden at Hollister and Sunset, which provides area residents with a place to exercise their green thumbs. The sports complex at 2487 Sunset Ave. features five ball fields and a multi-use open turf area attracting sports leagues and lovers year-round.
A campground has been added to one of the park’s southernmost viewpoints – nearly a mile from the Tijuana River and Pacific Ocean. Spanning 79 acres, the campground features dozens of tent, RV, yurt and equestrian campsites, with nature education opportunities, an amphitheater, a restroom and other amenities. Watch our grand opening video.
Tijuana River Valley Regional Park Habitat Restoration Plan Draft IS MND
The County of San Diego, Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR), is circulating for public review a Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park (TRVRP) Habitat Restoration Plan (Proposed Project). The Proposed Project is a Habitat Restoration Plan (HRP) for restoration activities on primarily County-owned or managed parcels located within the TRVRP. The goal of the HRP is to identify, prioritize, and implement phased large-scale restoration. By developing a comprehensive HRP, invasive non-native plant species would be targeted for removal, and native plant restoration would occur over several independent phases.
The Notice of Intent is available here and the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Habitat Restoration Plan is available here. For additional information or to schedule an appointment to review the document in person, please email CountyParksCEQA@sdcounty.ca.gov or call (619) 909-6309.