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The Tijuana River Valley is a rural community in the southern section of San Diego. Its history has not yet been written in book form, but it is well known for horse ranches, Suzie’s Farm and the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park.

Tijuana River Valley Murals

One Perfect Day In The Tijuana River Valley

Staycations are becoming all the rage and a staycation in the South Bay can ‘pop,’ especially if you’re considering the Tijuana River Valley. Off-the-beaten-track, full of ranches, you can feel as though you’re a million miles from civilization, and yet you’re a stone’s throw away from downtown San Diego. The area is not overrun by tourists, but there’s plenty to […]

Ponyland in the Tijuana River Valley

Ponyland

Ponyland opened in May 2015 and is owned by the same ranchers who run San Diego Beach Rides. The property includes a petting zoo and, of course, lots of ponies! Kids will love this place. Quaint and adorable, the pictures describe the experience best:   Address: 2606 Hollister St, San Diego CA 92154.  

Tijuana River Valley Murals

Murals of the Tijuana River Valley

The Tijuana River Valley is a remarkable place to explore. Located along the U.S.-Mexico border, it’s a perfect place for nature lovers, artists, activists and travelers. I’ve already written about many of the sights: Suzie’s Farms, the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park, San Diego Beach Rides, the Llama and the Sanitation Plant. It’s a serene […]

San Diego Beach Rides

San Diego Beach Rides: Equestrian Fun in the Tijuana River Valley

San Diego Beach Rides is a great way to enjoy the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park as well as Border Field State Park. Sure, you can buy your own horse, but I prefer just to rent one for an hour or two. For that, San Diego Beach Rides is perfect. The ranch is near the […]

Silk Making In The Tijuana River Valley

Silk Worms in the Tijuana River Valley

Ask the Rangers at the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park about the Silk Worm exhibit. Once upon a time, farmers thought they could make a killing out of growing silk. Our very own Susan Walter wrote all about it for the Chula Vista Star News. Here’s a few snippets: The silk industry was a county […]

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