No More Geysers 830 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 No More Geysers manufactures and distributes lawn sprinkler devices that prevent water loss. Its products adjust to fit…More most systems. In addition to conserving water, they reduce lawn erosion due to flooding. Visit the website for product descriptions and online ordering.
Village Ace Hardware 949 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Village Ace Hardware is a retail store that supplies materials and equipment for…More home maintenance, repair and improvement needs. This store offers a large selection of hardware, tools, paint for the home as well as grills and accessories for the garden. Although Ace Hardware is a retail chain, each store is independently owned and offers inventories and services tailored to meet the community's needs.
Bandel Park Alameda Blvd & 10th St, Coronado, CA92118 Bandel Park is a 16,700 square foot park named after Louis C. Bandel, a one-time city maintenance worker. The park,…More which features open recreational space, is triangular in shape and has a large palm tree situated in the middle.
Island Carpets and Floor Covering 845 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Island Carpets and Floor Covering sells and installs flooring products. For more details on products and services, call…More the number provided.
Landscape & Recreation Maintenance 1730 Avenida Del Mundo, Coronado, CA92118 Landscape & Recreation Maintenance is a landscaping company that services the Coronado and San Diego…More areas. The company specializes in maintaining residential homes, estates and recreational centers. Call the office for more details on services and availability.
Rotary Park 1100 Isabella Ave, Coronado, CA92118 This small 700 square-foot park was originally created to preserve an 80-year-old Norfolk pine that serves as the city's…More official Christmas tree. It's also a relaxing spot with a water fountain and benches. The park is located at the corner of Orange and Park avenues and ranks among the smallest in the state.
Coronado Hardware Glass and Paint 140 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Coronado Hardware Glass and Paint is a family-owned store, offering an extensive inventory of home improvement supplies…More and household products. This store is part of Do It Best Co-Op and allows customers to shop online and have merchandise delivered to the store at no extra cost. Window and door installation services are also available.
Côtier_casual coastal living 1053 B Ave, Coronado, CA92118 Côtier_casual coastal living is Coronado's only complete home decor center. Côtier offers an eclectic…More array of furnishings, accessories, gift items and personalized design services to help you define your perfect home. The well curated assortment caters to the coastal living aesthetic. Custom design services are available by appointment.
Corona Antiques 1134 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 Located across from the Coronado Ferry Landing, Corona Antiques specializes in antique European furniture, wrought iron…More pieces, rugs, mirrors, paintings and porcelain. It also stocks framed artwork, cards, books and seashore-inspired home decor. The shopkeepers are friendly and enjoy discussing the history of each unique piece in their collection.
Coronado Coin & Diamonds 1116 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 Coronado Coin & Diamonds deals with rare coins, fine jewelry and art, featuring appraisals, custom designs and…More repairs. The store also buys coin collections. This small business is only open two days a week or by appointment, but its owner can be reached by telephone on other days.
Sunset Park 101 Ocean Boulevard, Coronado, CA92118 Sunset Park is a grassy area located directly across the street from North Beach, near the Gate 5 entrance to the Navy…More Base. The park is surrounded by homes and offers sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. There is a small playground tucked in the western corner. It's the perfect park for a friendly game of flag football or a sunset picnic. There are no restrooms in the park itself, but the North Beach restrooms and showers are right across the street.
Tidelands Park Glorietta Boulevard and Third Street, Coronado, CA92118 Tidelands Park is a large family-friendly park located just north of the Coronado Bridge, off Glorietta Boulevard.…More Amenities include: a world-class skate park, a playground, a fitness course, baseball and soccer fields, picnic tables and restrooms. There is a small sandy beach where visitors can splash in the San Diego Bay and boat users can park their dinghies. There is also a bike path that goes under the Coronado Bridge and extends toward the Marriott Hotel. Dogs must be on a leash and are only allowed on the paved area. This is the only park in the city that is owned and operated by the San Diego Port District.
Centennial Park 1099 1/2 1st St, Coronado, CA92118 Centennial Park is located at the foot of Orange Avenue, where the main drag meets First Street. It is the site of the…More original ferry landing, which served as the gateway to the city before the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge was built in 1969. Today, the original ferry ticket booth still stands, reminding visitors of the park's rich history. The park has idyllic rolling hills with various seating areas, and it offers some of the best views in the city. Be sure to walk to the water's edge and look west for a peek at the Navy's massive air carriers, which are docked on North Island. Also be sure to visit the Ferry Landing shops and restaurants located nearby.