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Mujica's Hair Studio
1515 2nd St, Coronado, CA 92118
This independently-owned boutique hair salon is nestled into the Coronado Bay Club property. Customers who do not liveMore on the premises can enter through the club's main lobby and proceed out the back doors to their destination. Upon entering, salon-goers will be greeted by Mujica, the owner and solo stylist who has been doing hair in Coronado since 1983. The studio has a modern, clean feel.
Coronado Skate Park
2000 Mullinix Dr, Coronado, CA 92118
Nestled within Tidelands Park, the Coronado Skate Park is a haven for daredevils of all ages and skill levels. The parkMore offers about 16,000 square feet of concrete fun, with multiple bowls, jumps, grinds and ramps. There is an annual fee of $10, and each visit is $5 thereafter. Yearly passes and other packages are available. Skaters can rent helmets, pads and skateboards. Water, Gatorade and snacks are also available for purchase.
Glorietta Bay Marina
1715 Strand Way, Coronado, CA 92118
This scenic, city-owned marina is located on the Coronado end of the Silver Strand causeway. Nestled into GloriettaMore Bay's calm waters adjacent to the Coronado Yacht Club, the marina allows visitors to enjoy views of magnificent vessels with landscapes of mainland San Diego as a backdrop. On land is the main building with facilities including showers, restrooms and a laundry room. The marina house sits along a promenade which stretches from the marina up to the yacht club. The promenade was renovated in 2009 and is home to picture murals created by a local artist as a tribute to the history of Coronado. On the water, two gangways lead to a network of 100 slips ranging in sizes from 20 - 110 feet and serving as home to marine vessels of all types. The marina welcomes guests and also offers permanent rental of slips, but availability may be limited. Contact the office directly for more details.