Oceanside

The northern most city in San Diego County

Oceanside occupies over 3 miles of San Diego’s coastline and over 42 sq. miles total.  Just north of Carlsbad, its name says it all.

The history of Oceanside is rich and begins in the  late 1700′s, but the city was actually founded in 1883 when a man named Andrew Jackson Myers bought 160 acres of land on the Oceanside Mesa.  Within 4 years the first bank appeared.

In 1888 the city of Oceanside was first incorporated and by 2010 had a population of 167,086, according to SANDAG.

 


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Fun Things to Do In Oceanside

Oceanside Beaches:

  •     Buccaneer Beach
  •     Oceanside Blvd – good for surfing (N. Jetty)
  •     Wisconsin Street Beach
  •     Tyson Street Beach and Park
  •     Pier View South
  •     Pier View North- good for surfing
  •     Breakwater Way
  •     Harbor Beach

 

Main Street, Oceanside’s Farmers Market

Corner of Coast Highway and Pier View Way
Downtown Oceanside

Open Year Round
Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.