Allied Gardens Community Information

The residents of the Allied Gardens community enjoy the rich history, diverse culture and beautiful landscape of the San Diego lifestyle. Boasting a population of 1.25 million residents, San Diego is one of the top 10 largest cities in the United States. Located 120 miles south of Los Angeles and 20 miles north of Mexico, this Southern California city welcomes people from all walks of life. San Diego is famous for many reasons, but two of them rise to the top.

The first reason is because it is the birthplace of California. On September 28th, 1542, a Portuguese explorer named Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo sailed from Mexico up the coast and dropped anchor in what is now known as the San Diego Bay. The Cabrillo National Monument memorializes the day this wonderful place was discovered and claimed for Spain, along with offering visitors stunning views of the harbor and shoreline.

The second reason for which San Diego is famous is the climate, which is known as the best in the nation. During the long summer months, temperatures are typically between 70 and 85 degrees while even on the coolest of winter days, a San Diego thermometer rarely dips below 68 degrees. This quality is not lost on the region?s active residents and visitors. The warm, sunny, year-round weather promotes an atmosphere of health and vitality that is evident in all corners of this city by the sea.

The combination of the climate and landscape make San Diego an outdoor enthusiast?s dream-come-true. Surfers from all over revere the swells of San Diego?s azure tides. Beach buffs enjoy the city?s 70 miles of recreational coastline. Hikers and bikers abound on the trails and specified paths that wind among the area?s cliffs, canyons, highways and valleys. In late winter, Gray Whales migrate south past Point Loma and return north in March. These seasons are noted and whale watching excursions are attended by thousands of San Diego visitors and residents. Kayaking, golfing, walking, running, rollerblading, kite surfing, sailing, and boundless other outdoor activities are at your fingertips in sunny San Diego.

Other area attractions such as the world famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, and the Hotel del Coronado, which is the largest wooden structure in the United States, bring both pride and financial support to the society of Point Loma and other San Diego communities. A beguiling assortment of mouthwatering eateries, numerous shopping districts, a large selection of museums and theaters, aquariums, parks, libraries and historical sites all welcome thousands of patrons daily, not to mention the many magnificent missions which preserve San Diego?s Spanish heritage.

The fortunate inhabitants of San Diego experience many of the finest things the country has to offer. If you are considering a move to Allied Gardens, it is a safe bet that the only thing you would regret is not doing it sooner.