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Surf's Up Studios
1415 2nd St, Coronado, CA 92118
Surf's Up Studios is a full-service video production and marketing company founded by Tony Perri. The company has workedMore with clients such as CNN, Fox, CBS and NBC and produces documentary and feature films, including "Serotonin Rising."
Little Sam's Island & Beach Fun
1343 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118
Part clothing store, part bike, surf and sport rental shop, Little Sam's makes a day at the beach more fun. CarryingMore shirts, hats and sunscreen, as well as Coronado and San Diego memorabilia, it also provides a plethora of beach and surf gear for rent. Surfboards, skimboards, paddleboards, wetsuits and even chairs and umbrellas can all be rented. For cruising around downtown, beach cruiser bikes and strollers are available as well.
Dale's Swimshop
1150 Orange Ave, Coronado, CA 92118
Dale's Swimshop on Coronado Island features bathing suits, bikinis and beach gear--a necessary boutique in this beachMore and surf community. This store carries brands such as L-Space, La Blanca and CocoReef bikinis, as well as Havaiana flip-flops and Crocs. Sunscreen, hats and cover-ups are also available, as well as a collection of fun towels. San Diego and Coronado memorabilia is also available for those looking for souvenirs, and beach toys like buckets, shovels and goggles can be purchased for children.
Silver Strand State Beach
5000 Highway 75, Coronado, CA 92118

This state beach lies along the Silver Strand, a seven-mile strip of sand that connects Coronado Village and the cityMore of Imperial Beach. The beach's history dates back to the turn of the century, when the famed "Tent City" opened, offering an alternative for those who wanted to enjoy Coronado's beaches but couldn't afford to stay at the Hotel Del.

Silver Strand State Beach is still a popular destination today. The location is unique in that it offers visitors the chance to swim in both the Pacific Ocean and the San Diego Bay. The beach also offers overnight camping for self-contained RVs. There is no tent camping.

Common activities include: swimming, sunbathing, surfing, fishing and volleyball playing. There is a large picnic area on the bayside, with an adjacent bike trail that goes all the way to downtown Coronado. Fire rings are available in the summer for evening bonfires, and there is free wi-fi in the camping areas.

Because it's a state beach, visitors must pay a fee to enter. Fees vary depending on length of stay.    

RV reservations must be made through Reserve America. Call 800-444-7275, or visit www.reserveamerica.com.

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