Beach Status Legend

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This map reflects the current status of San Diego County beaches from Camp Pendleton to the US/Mexico border. San Diego Coastkeeper receives daily water quality information from the County of San Diego, Department of Environmental Health, and uploads it into our Swim Guide. Click on individual placemarks to learn more about each of the 80 San Diego County beaches.

REMINDER: San Diego parks, beaches, and trails are currently closed to use due to COVID-19. The contamination advisories listed on this page do not indicate a beach’s status for use, simply the current water quality status. Please help slow the spread of COVID-19 be heeding all state and local regulations.Current Warnings:

Last Updated:  April 2020
Region Beach Reason
San Diego County All coastal waters The County Health Officer has issued a BEACH WATER ACCESS CLOSURE for the coastal waters of San Diego County due to COVID-19. The Order of the Health Officer applies to all recreational public waterways and beaches, including the ocean and bay shoreline from the U.S. / Mexico border to the north end of San Onofre, including Trestles Beach, and including Mission Bay and San Diego Bay.
Coronado; Silver Strand; Imperial Beach From North Beach in Coronado to the U.S./Mexico Border Avoid water contact in the closure area due to sewage-contaminated runoff from the Tijuana River. Avoid water contact in the closure area.

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