Border Field State Park

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Border Field State Park

Location:15 miles south of San Diego via I-5, Dairy Mart Road, and Monument Road.
Facilities:Picnic areas, trails (é), restrooms (é), visitor center (3 miles north in Imperial Beach), exhibits (é).
Activities:Surf fishing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, birding.
Special Features:Located in the extreme southwest corner of the continental United States, park includes an obelisk set into the border fence that marks the international boundary established with Mexico by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. The park contains much of the Tijuana River National Estuarine Reserve, an important wildlife habitat. The salt and freshwater marshes provide refuge for several species of migrating waterfowl and resident wading birds, including the black-necked stilt, avocet, teal, American widgeon, and pelican.
Address:c/o San Diego Coast District Office
4477 Pacific Hwy
San Diego, CA 92110

Size: 1,310 acres.

See other parks in California.
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The embargo culminated an ongoing conflict in which editors of the online encyclopedia persistently hunted down and deleted any discovered images of California shoreline (from Pelican State Beach in the north to Border Field State Park in the south) that Horvitz had posted to the public beaches' Wikipedia entries over the past three years.
The grants were announced during the opening ceremony of the Border Gateway to Nature at the Border Field State Park.
Illegal immigrants have also taken to the sea to swim around the existing barrier to Border Field State Park in southern California.
side, a small cluster of spectators gathered on a rise overlooking the fence, perhaps drawn by the noisy spectacle taking place on the Mexican side, or perhaps attracted by the news that a "human cannonball" was poised to sail more than one hundred feet over the fence, from Playas de Tijuana to California's Border Field State Park.
Students from Point Loma Nazarene University prepared luminarias, paper sacks filled with sand and tea candles, to set along the sea wall at Border Field State Park.
Protestors will now gather on the Dairy Mart Road entrance to Border Field State Park south of San Diego at 11 am on Saturday, July 29, 2000, rather than 8 a.
On Tuesday, January 14, EPA Regional Administrator Jared Blumenfeld, the San Diego Center for Civic Engagement and other state and local stakeholders will inaugurate the Border Gateway to Nature project at Border Field State Park in San Diego.

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