- Covering 6000 acres of ocean bottom and tidelands, this is the most easily accessible snorkeling and diving area in San Diego. Close-to-shore kelp forests and 2 artificial reefs provide a playground teeming with all manner of marine life, from golden garabaldi to spotted leopard sharks. In 1981, the 533 acre Ecological Reserve, accessed at La Jolla Cove, was added to the park and is a popular family snorkling and swimming area.
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