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Start of Byway San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Silverstrand Hwy
Start of Byway San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Silverstrand Hwy, this is where the byway starts at community of Imperial Beach, California, a suburb of San Diego, California, just off the Junction of Interstate Highway #5 with State Route #75 near Cricket Wireless Amphitheater, in Palm City, California.
1.3
2.1
13 ft.
San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge
An urban refuge consisting of coastal uplands and salt marsh located in San Diego Bay, CA.
2.1
3.3
13 ft.
Hooper Boulevard
San Diego Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station.
3.2
5.2
16 ft.
Silver Strand State Beach
Features extensive beaches on both the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay. Combined with the area's mild climate, the beaches make Silver Strand one of the area's finest recreation destinations. Camping, swimming, surfing, boating, water-skiing, volleyball, and picnicking are popular activities. Coronado Cays Park, Grand Caribe Shoreline Park.
3.5
5.7
16 ft.
Coronado Bay Road
Coronado Cays
4.8
7.7
13 ft.
Silver Strand, CA
Silver Strand (aka The Strand), a sandy isthmus located partially inside the Silver Strand State Beach, which connects Coronado "Island" and Imperial Beach.
5.2
8.4
16 ft.
Palau Road

5.8
9.3
13 ft.
San Diego Bay, CA
A natural harbor and deep water port near the US-Mexico border; surrounded by the cities of San Diego, Chula Vista, Coronado, National City, and Imperial Beach.
6.8
11.0
13 ft.
US Naval Amphibious Base Coronado
US Naval Amphibious Base Coronado (on Guadalcanal Road), a naval installation and a major navy shore command located between Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay in San Diego, California.
7.2
11.6
13 ft.
Glorietta Bay Park
Glorietta Bay Park (1975 Strand Way) on the San Diego Bay, Gator Beach, Coronado, California.
7.7
12.4
13 ft.
Coronado, California
A city located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay, California. Coronado is one of the top popular touristic resorts in California. Hotel del Coronado, Coronado Golf Course, Silver Strand State Beach, Ferry Landing Marketplace. Annual Thanksgiving Turkey Coloring Contest (October-November).
7.9
12.7
26 ft.
Ocean Boulevard
Ocean Boulevard, LC Bandel Park, Sunset Park, Sea N Air Golf Course, Sea N Air Golf Course Pond, Naval Air Station North Island, a naval port for several Aircraft carriers located in Coronado Island, in Bay area. A Sea Mark is located in near here for safe navigation of boats and all vessels.
8.1
13.1
23 ft.
Star Park Circle
The Tudor Mansion, Nado Galeto, Crown Manor, Star Park, are a few famous structures located on Coronado Beach.
8.5
13.7
30 ft.
7th Street
Spreckels Park (601 Orange Ave), Cronan Park (500 Pomona), and Mathewson Park (700 Pomona).
8.8
14.2
36 ft.
State Route #282
Overlaps California State Highway 75 to the east. House of Gables at 4th and Orange, Coronado, California, North Island Naval Air Station, Orange Avenue 1st Street, Ferry Landing Market Place, Centennial Park, SDG and E Park, Shorelane Park, Bayview Park.
9.2
14.8
20 ft.
Glorietta Boulevard
To Tidelands Park, Coronado Golf Course, located in Coronado Island, California.
9.7
15.6
Coronado Bridge
A long bridge across San Diego Bay connecting Coronado Island with San Diego, California. San Diego-Coronado bridge is designed to facilitate the vehicular movement between San Diego and Coronado, while the height of the bridge from the waters allow the ships and frigates to navigate underneath the bridge.
11.0
17.7
26 ft.
E Harbor Drive
West to Embarcardero Marina Park South (Marina Parkway, San Diego, CA): fishing pier, picnic tables, basketball courts, gazebo, bike paths, concession stand, parking; Embarcadero Marina Park North (Kettner Blvd): picnic facilities, exercise stations, gazebo, fishing pier, arbors, biking paths, concessions, restrooms.
11.2
18.0
46 ft.
Junction Interstate Highway #5
Junction Interstate Highway #5 San Diego Freeway, San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan area, California, This is where the byway ends, close to National Steel and shipbuilding company, a shipyard in San Diego, California.