Oceanside Hidden Gems
Discover the Oceanside hidden gems and secret spots. Oceanside is famous for so many places and things to do that are great for visitors to San Diego North County or new residents to the area.
But have you ever thought of checking out some hidden gems and secret spots? So, if you’re a long-time resident of Oceanside looking for a change, a tourist who isn’t afraid to go on the unexplored path, or just looking for new destinations to explore then keep on reading. There’s something for everyone.
Donated by Oceanside Rotary Club January 1983, located on N Coast Highway
2-The Welcoming Arches
An Oceanside Chamber of Commerce project, March 1982, located on N. Coast Highway
3-Tiki Artist’s Work
Two carved large grinning face/tiki sculptures located on North Pacific St
4-Street dedicated to Surf
“Surfrider way” which goes from the 5 San Diego Highway to the Strand N./ocean
5-Murals at Buccaneer Park
Beach scenes. Located under the railway bridge over the Loma Alta Creek
Located in the middle of Ocean Ranch Plaza off Rancho del Oro Drive. It recalls the thriving industry of clocks in the 14th and 15th centuries when every town had to have its own.
7-Mural celebrating Oceanside Community
By artist Jerry Ragg at SPS Oceanside, located on 1501 S Coast Highway
8-Large Ship’s Anchor
In memory of those lost at sea. Dedicated January 9, 1979. Located on 1320 Harbor Dr.
You can see more Oceanside hidden gems at visitoceanside.org