Carlsbad, California is an upscale coastal resort city with old-world charm in northern San Diego County with mild Mediterranean weather year round. Centrally located between San Diego and Orange County, it is a great location from which to visit the San Diego Zoo, Sea World, The Wild Animal Park, Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. The area’s fertile agricultural lands produce citrus fruits, avocados and olives.
Trails Lagoons and Beaches with reserved open space to protect its natural setting and beauty, the city has miles of walking trails in its rolling hills and along its three lagoons. Carlsbad also has 7 miles of white sandy beaches with magnificent views and waterfront activities.
The Pacific Coast Lake Tahoe Deserts and Rocky Mountains
Carlsbad Mineral Water In the 1880’s spring water was discovered with qualities similar to those in Karlsbad in the Czech Republic; the spa is housed in a European-style building on the site of the original historic mineral water well.
Agua Hedionda Lagoon is a saltwater wetland and watershed comprising mud flats, salt and freshwater marsh, and deep water; one of three lagoons: a 66-acre outer lagoon, a 27-acre middle lagoon and 293-acre inner lagoon.
Carlsbad is Home to the Nation's largest Desalination Plant
The Village Faire is the largest single day street fair in the nation, held twice a year in May and November; family entertainment with local and international food.
Carlsbad California and the American West
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