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Main Street Rios Ave. y Wa Otay Valley Regional Park lvd er B (at Saturn Blvd.) Mace St. yer Be Bey (at 27th) Equestrian Staging Indicates Equestrian Staging Areas Amenities: Otay Riv er Amenities: Knotts Soak City Water Park Sleep Train Amphitheater oad Indicates OVRP Staging Areas Amenities: • Chula Vista Marina • Marina View Park Otay Valley R eR Finney Overlook Otay River itag Ranger Station Amenities: oad Rancho Dr. California Coastal Trail City of Chula Vista Points of Interest: • Bayshore Bikeway • Living Coast Discovery Center • Chula Vista Bayside & Bayfront Parks Her Palm Ave. San Diego se San Diego National Wildlife Refuge Mel ro Fourth Avenue venue Sweetwater Bikeway National City Points of Interest: • Westfield Shopping Mall, Plaza Bonita E Olympic Pkw y rive eet l Blv Bay Blvd. stria Indu rd S Oxfo D Amenities: Hillt reet Sweetwater River Trail City of Chula Vista, County of San Diego Points of Interest: • City of Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course Pk y C re C e nt Hu ose rth A e Fou enu nue d Av Ave Thir Melr y Fifth Pkw y Pkw Pa se • Bonita Golf Course Lake Eastlake Pk wy e el R oD Telegr aph Ca nyo n tree les S Nap Mile oad akes R yL a t O ero ina ina San Diego Bay 1 Way sta a Vi Buen Mar Mar t tree h P a s eo R anc e enu nue t Av Ave y reet J St ista r la V Chu g Cente ppin Sho (at Hollister) t Southwestern College Firs ond . dwa Blvd Broa Bay reet t Swiss Park Sweetwater Trail County of San Diego Points of Interest: • Sweetwater Regional Park Amenities: et Stre LS B Upper Otay Reservoir tree tHS Eas et Stre HS Chula Vista Marina Amenities: n t F Dr. Road Sec Living Coast Discovery Center L a k es Amenities: • Mount San Miguel Park R ita Brandywine Avenue Sweetwater Wildlife Preserve ay Amenities: ad d oa tree DS Centennial Trail • Montevalle Park Lan Co rra lC Bonita Long Canyon Equestrian Staging t tree Dining • Olympic Training Center • Mountain Hawk Park eA ve. et Ot CS Parking City of Chula Vista Points of Interest: • Otay Lakes (Lower & Upper Reservoirs) Proctor Va ll e y Rd. Ro yon an W il l o w S t r e Staging area, Westfield Mall at Plaza Bonita Road Equestrian Staging Amenities: & Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course National City Restrooms A Salt Creek Golf Club nt Miguel Ro Mou ad Equestrian Staging NOTE: Equestrian activities permitted on designated trails only. 0 Tieber Trail r Va octo l e. Av tral Cen Horseback riding Bayside Park d. yR le Bonita Golf Course Bicycles on Lago Trail Information Equestrian Staging Fut rails T e r u F Otay River Trail City of Chula Vista, City of San Diego Points of Interest: • Otay Valley Regional Park Amenities: T he 28-mile Chula Vista Greenbelt system encircles the City and includes a variety of open space, parks, and trails that extend through the Otay Valley, Otay Reservoirs, Sweetwater Valley, National City and the Bayfront. Originally envisioned in the City of Chula Vista’s 1989 General Plan, the Chula Vista Greenbelt is the City’s emerald necklace. Multi-Use Trail System The Greenbelt’s 28 miles of existing and planned multi-purpose trails (see reverse side) provide opportunities for improved health and fitness, and convenient access to the outdoors. The Greenbelt crosses through several jurisdictions, connects numerous trail networks, and provides access to a wide variety of recreational amenities. Unique trail markers have been installed along the Greenbelt to assist users in navigating 21 miles of existing trails. Each trail marker has a jurisdictional logo and trail name, as well as the Centennial Greenbelt logo to memorialize the establishment of the trail system in Chula Vista’s Centennial year. Look for the trail markers along each trail! Trails within the remaining seven miles of the Greenbelt are still being planned and will be added in the future. They are indicated with a dashed line on the map (reverse side) and signs will be posted once they’re open. Trail Indicators The trail map is divided into trail segments (A-F) and identifies points of interest, recreational amenities, parks, restrooms, parking and equestrian staging areas that are located within each segment. These features are indicated with the applicable symbols on the trails map, and a description of each of the amenities and points of interest are included here. A Centennial Trail City of Chula Vista The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center (OTC) is a 155-acre complex adjacent to Lower Otay Reservoir. The Center has sport venues and support facilities for archery, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field and triathlon. The OTC accommodates visitors with both self-guided and escorted tours of this state-of-the-art facility at no charge. Otay Lakes (Lower & Upper Reservoirs) are part of the City of San Diego's municipal water supply system. The public can use the reservoirs for fishing and boating; however, camping and swimming are not allowed. A concession stand at Lower Otay Lake sells fishing licenses, bait - shiners, crawdads, nightcrawlers, meal worms and wax worms, and boat rentals. Mountain Hawk Park is a 12acre community park located at 1475 Lake Crest Drive. It offers spectacular views of Lower Otay Lakes and nearby mountains. Sweetwater River and three lakes into play on 18 holes. With four tee settings and gently rolling fairways, this municipal golf course provides players of all skill levels with an enjoyable experience. The course is surrounded by a 3.3 mile multi-use trail and connects to Rohr Park. Amenities include an amphitheater, splash pad water feature, basketball court, soccer field and picnic areas. Montevalle Park & Recreation Center is in Rolling Hills Ranch between Duncan Ranch Road and Hunte Parkway. Various amenities within the 29-acre park include three multipurpose fields, a softball field, basketball and tennis courts, a skate area, off-leash dog area, playgrounds, walking trail, and numerous picnic shelters and picnic areas. The recreation center has a gymnasium, multi-purpose rooms, restrooms, craft rooms, and a game room. Mount San Miguel Park is a 19.5-acre community park located at Mount Miguel Road and Paseo Veracruz. Park amenities include ballfields, barbeque grills, a dog park, picnic areas, play equipment, and restrooms. B Sweetwater There are two equestrian staging areas within the park− one at Summit Park, and one at the Sweetwater Regional Staging area (Segment C) at the western end of Bonita Road. The Summit Park equestrian staging area offers corrals and water. The campground is located at 3218 Summit Meadow Road, off San Miguel Road just east of Proctor Valley Road. The 18-hole Bonita Golf Course features a 6,287 yard course nestled in the serene Bonita Valley. It features a pro-shop, a banquet hall and a restaurant that is open to the public Monday – Sunday. Trail County of San Diego The 540-acre Sweetwater Regional Park is comprised of several staging areas, a campground, hundreds of acres of streamside vegetation, grassland, and open areas that provide a variety of habitats for hikers, horseback riders, and mountain bikers. The Sweetwater Summit Park and Campground, located just east of Proctor Valley Road in Bonita, offer playgrounds, an aquatic park, a 2,000 sqft community room, picnic pavilions, a 13 station exercise course, 15 miles of multi-use trails, and a campground amphitheater. C Sweetwater River Trail City of Chula Vista and the County of San Diego Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course offers a long and challenging layout from the back tees and brings the Rohr Park was constructed on the flood plain of the Sweetwater River and was acquired through the generosity of Mr. Fred H. Rohr. This 60acre active recreational park offers ballfields, basketball courts, a fitness course, picnic areas, gazebos, play equipment, and soccer fields. It is also directly linked to a 3.3. mile multi-use trail that encircles the Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course. There is an equestrian staging area at the east end of the park that offers ample parking, a round pen and a mid-sized arena. Rohr Park blends its amenities with the stately historic Rohr Manor building and adobe house, creating a unique park setting for the City of Chula Vista and surrounding area. Part of Sweetwater Regional Park, Sweetwater Western Staging Area is located at the corner of Bonita Road and Plaza Bonita Road. There is parking, shade and picnic tables. There are also hitching posts and water for horses. D Sweetwater Bikeway National City The staging area at Westfield Shopping Mall Plaza Bonita is an indoor shopping mall located at 3030 Plaza Bonita Road in National City. There are approximately 160 restaurants, retails stores, an indoor fitness facility and a movie theater. The staging area for the Sweetwater Bikeway is across the street from Outback Steakhouse on Plaza Bonita Road. The Sweetwater Bikeway runs along the Sweetwater River opposite the Plaza Bonita Shopping Center staging area on the east to the yacht harbor at the mouth of the Sweetwater River and the Bayshore Bikeway. Intermediate access to the Bikeway is available at 2nd Avenue and W. 33rd and Hoover. Parking is available at all entrances. Restrooms and additional parking are available at Pepper Park, two blocks from the west end of the Bikeway. E California The famous sculpture "Konoids" by Kenneth Capps adorns the shoreline of the family-friendly Chula Vista Bayfront Park. Park amenities include walking and bike paths, a boat launch, a fishing pier, picnic tables, and a playground. Coastal Trail City of Chula Vista The Bayshore Bikeway is a 24-mile bicycle track around the San Diego Bay. Approximately 13 miles of bicycle paths are in use on the Bikeway; the remaining track consists of on-street sections designated as either bicycle lanes or bicycle routes. The Living Coast Discovery Center is a non-profit zoo and aquarium that sits on the 316-acre Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. The Discovery Center is an interactive wildlife learning experience and is home to moray eels, leopard sharks, stingrays, guitarfish and other marine life found in San Diego Bay. A complimentary shuttle transports visitors from the parking lot to the Discovery Center every 15 minutes. The Chula Vista Marina provides visitors with a quiet, peaceful setting, and top-quality facilities and amenities, including two restaurants. The tall, swaying palm trees and pristine, park-like setting of Chula Vista Yacht Harbor presents a tropical paradise with uncrowded waters and spectacular sunsets. Marina View Park offers play equipment, picnic and open areas, and beautiful views. F Otay River The OVRP offers miles of multi-use trails for hiking, biking, and limited equestrian use, seven (7) staging areas, a ranger station, and the Finney Overlook (3950 Byrd St.), an interpretive viewpoint focused on aviation. The ranger station is located at 2155 Beyer Blvd. For more information about the OVRP, visit OVRP.org or call the ranger station at (619) 424-0463. Trail City of Chula Vista and the City of San Diego The Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP), an 8,800+ acre multijurisdictional regional park is just west of I-5 and continues east of I-805 to Lower Otay Lake. Originally funded through the County of San Diego Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant Program. This multi-jurisdictional map depicts areas in Chula Vista, San Diego, the County of San Diego and National City.
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