Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve 301 Caspian Way, Imperial Beach, CA91932 Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve, more than 2,500 acres, was officially designated a national wildlife…More refuge in 1980 and a research reserve in 1982. Here the Tijuana River empties into the ocean. A museum at the end of Caspian Drive details the area's biodiversity and acts as a starting point to miles of trails. The reserves make up 2/3 of San Diego's County's biodiversity in what is the most biodiverse county in the continental United States. Visit the website for more information.
Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association 700 Seacoast Dr Ste 108, Imperial Beach, CA91932 Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association is a non-profit organization started 30 years ago by environmental activists…More to support wetlands projects and preservation across San Diego's South Bay. It currently sponsors a campaign to eliminate non-native plants from local wetlands and also partners with the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Imperial Beach Gardens 319 Imperial Beach Blvd, Imperial Beach, CA91932 The Imperial Beach Gardens apartment complex is located less than half a mile from the beach and near Imperial Beach…More Elementary School and Mar Vista High School. Across the street from the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve Visitors Center, the complex also has a swimming pool and gym for its residents. With one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, Imperial Beach Gardens has deals for singles and a family-friendly atmosphere.