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This lake is a favorite spot for fishing, boating and water-skiing. Fishing fees are USD4 for adults and USD2 for children ages 8-15. The lake is known for prime catch in crappie, as well as catfish in the summer and bass in the spring. Launching a boat costs only USD5, and the 20 to 35 mph speed limit is strictly enforced. Rental boats (motorboats and rowboats) are also available. Although swimming is not permitted at this lake, water-skiers may take advantage of this reservoir from May through October, Friday through Sunday.
This botanical wonderland features the largest North American display of bamboo, besides serving as the setting for plants of every kind including tropical flora, indigenous plants and unusual specimens that flourish in this mild coastal climate. Volunteers maintain this world-class botanical garden located a few miles north of San Diego. A botanical library is present on site for study and research. Group tours are available, and there is a gift shop and nursery on the grounds as well.
This highly informative museum packs a multitude of local history under one roof. From military history focusing primarily on World War II, to a surfing exhibit, the museum has something to pique everyone's interests. Most of the historical displays include photographs and antique clothing. Books on local history topics are also sold on the premises.
Butterfly Farms, as is evident by the name, is a vivarium depicting butterflies of several different species, all under one habitat. However, it is geared toward their conservation and educating the public about their ecological impact. The majestic Monarch butterflies are the resident stars of this vivarium, so be sure you don't miss this spectacle.