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A Walk on the Wild Side
The Trail Systems of San Diego's South Bay 

Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association

This Walk on the Wild Side film takes us to Tijuana River Valley Regional Park. It is a beautiful hidden gem and the southern most park in the County park system. The park spans 2000 acres that has been assembled over the last twenty years. TJRV is one of the biodiversity hot spots in all of Southern California. We will explore the park’s fantastic trail system that is a work in progress, but when it’s all done, will offer more than twenty miles of trails enjoyed by hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrian users.  This is one of the few places that you can get on a horse and ride the trail all the way to the beach.

For more information on San Diego County Parks explore www.sdparks.org


Hosted by
Brian Albright, Director, Parks and Recreation, County of San Diego

Production Coordinator
Luanne Coker, SWIA Secretary

Funding Provided by
SWIA- Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association


Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve

Film Code: SWIA-WF6

Produced, filmed and edited by
 Copyright 2010 Jim Karnik Films