Torrey Pines Beaches

Outside of La Jolla area, is there anywhere else in the world one might find a Torrey Pine tree?

Only one other grove of Torrey Pines has ever been documented:  on Santa Rosa Island, off the California coast near Santa Barbara.  How they first appeared on the island remains unknown…

Torrey Pines could be the greatest jewel of La Jolla’s elite stretch of coastline.  Rare specimens of the Torrey Pine tree, delicate sandstone bluffs that range from copper and gold to bronze in the rays of the setting sun…  Torrey Pines State Reserve provides visitors a glimpse at a land that time has left untouched.

Torrey Pines Gliderport

Black’s Beach

Torrey Pines State Reserve

Torrey Pines State Beach

  • Lifeguard services → if any ← can vary by season, day or hours!
  • Dogs aren’t allowed on the beach. See San Diego Dog Beach & Park Information
  • Overnight camping / sleeping is not permitted, except at campgrounds
  • Smoking has been banned on all California State Beaches & Parks
  • Alcohol is not permitted on most beaches (Yes, this includes beer & wine…)
  • All beach information & details are  subject to change without notice
  • Be safe!  Always check rules & hazards of each beach