San Diego County Beach Status

Beach Status Legend

Open

Closed or contact advisory issued

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.

Last Updated: February 27, 2024
Region Beach Reason
Carlsbad Cerezo Drive - Carlsbad State Beach Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Del Mar San Dieguito River outlet - 150' North and South Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Oceanside San Luis Rey River outlet to 300' South Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
La Jolla Children's Pool Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Mission Bay North Cove – Vacation Isle - 150’ each side of the southern drain Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Ocean beach - Dog beach San Diego River outlet to 300' South Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Silver Strand The ocean shoreline from north Carnation to south of Avenida Lunar Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Coronado Shoreline The ocean shoreline from Avenida Lunar to North Beach Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Imperial Beach The ocean shoreline from the south end of Seacoast Drive through Carnation Avenue Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.
Tijuana Slough The ocean shoreline from U.S. / Mexico border including Border Field State Park and the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge due to cross boundary flows Bacteria levels may exceed health standards. Avoid water contact in the advisory area.