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FAMILY GUIDE

San Diego is rated one of the top family destinations in America and Town and Country Resort is located right in the center of it all. The resort features three pools, including a zero entry little tikes pool, and a 4-story waterslide named "Twister." The resort offers a host of family friendly activities, including seasonal s'mores and movie nights, sand volleyball, corn hole, ping pong, and communal fire pits. Perfect for gathering together and making lasting memories. Town and Country is also walking distance to Fashion Valley Mall and minutes from area beaches and San Diego's top attractions including SeaWorld San Diego, Balboa Park, and the San Diego Zoo to name a few. We invite you to explore the destination below and make Town and Country your home base for an awesome San Diego vacation. 

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    AT THE RESORT

    The sprawling pool complex is the centerpiece of Town and Country Resort. Kids can splash in the zero entry main pool while parents kick back in comfortable lounge chairs. Adjacent to the main pool, the gradual entrance kid’s pool is the perfect splash pad for little ones age 0-3, while a third, quieter pool with a proper deep end is located outside the Regency Tower. The highlight of the main pool complex is the Twister, a 4-story, 150 foot long looping waterslide.

    Tweens and teens can tap into their competitive side with a friendly round of corn hole, ping pong, or sand volleyball at the designated areas around the resort grounds. T&C Park, a three-acre green space nestled on the shores of the San Diego River, is the perfect place to run, picnic, and play frisbee. Check the activities schedule for current happenings, including dive in movies at the main pool, live music, and Friday night s’mores.

    You'll also find plenty of family friendly dining options from Lap it Up pool service, MRKT grab-n-go, Lapper Kitchen and Tap, and in-room dining.

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      MISSION VALLEY

      Steps from the resort, Fashion Valley Mall boasts more than 200 stores spanning luxury designer brands to accessible on-trend fashions for teens. Kids flock to Gepetto’s toy shop, Build-A-Bear Workshop, and the LEGO store.

      Encompassing a whopping 7,220 acres of natural and developed recreational areas, Mission Trails Regional Park is one of the nation’s largest urban parks, located just 15 minutes from Town and Country Resort by car. The 1.5 mile Visitors Center Loop Trail is a popular pick for families, while the various paths that meander up Cowles Mountain offer more of a challenge for teens (and pay off with amazing views). When it’s too hot to hike outside, try scaling the walls at the Mesa Rim climbing center. The modern facility has bouldering routes for everyone from absolute beginners to expert climbers. Discounted day passes are available for youth (age 4-17).

      Closer to the hotel, soak up some history at Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá, the first of the great California missions, founded in 1769. The tranquil compound is home to a church, chapel, meditation gardens, and a museum housing historical artifacts and photos of Kumeyaay elders. Tours are offered Monday through Friday and mass is held daily.

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        LOCAL BEACHES

        Just 6 miles from the resort you'll find Mission Beach and Pacific Beach, popular with locals and visitors alike for wide sandy beaches and paved bike paths. Also in the area are Ocean Beach, a bohemian neighborhood with and old school, SoCal beach vibe and Sunset Cliffs, one of the most beautiful spots in California to watch the sun dip into the Pacific Ocean at the end of the day.

        Teens and kids of all ages will have a blast at Belmont Park, just off the boardwalk at Mission Beach. The beachfront amusement park is a beacon for fun, with challenging midway games, laser tag, mini golf, and classic retro rides, including the famous Giant Dipper roller coaster. The Plunge, a luxury indoor swimming pool, is also located onsite.

        Mission Bay Park is San Diego’s water wonderland, with a sprawling water sports zone for jet skiing and kayaking, plus calmer coves that can be explored on a pedal boat or stand up paddleboard. Visit Mission Bay Sportcenter or Mission Bay Aquatic Center for boat and equipment rentals.

        A little further from the resort are La Jolla Shores, with upscale shopping and sandy beaches, and La Jolla Cover where families can go snorkeling and visit the tidepools. For more on San Diego beaches click HERE.

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          ATTRACTIONS

          San Diego’s top attractions are just minutes from Town and Country Resort, including Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo. The zoo’s newest attraction is the Wildlife Explorers Basecamp, an interactive play area where kids can explore four unique habitats and learn about conservation. In Balboa Park, the new Comic-Con Museum is a pop-culture paradise showcasing movie props, costumes, photo ops and more. Current exhibits include an immersive tribute to Spider-Man and a PAC-MAN Arcade.

          Mission Bay Park is San Diego’s water wonderland, with a sprawling water sports zone for jet skiing and kayaking, plus calmer coves that can be explored on a pedal boat or stand up paddleboard. Visit Mission Bay Sportcenter or Mission Bay Aquatic Center for boat and equipment rentals.

          Mission Bay is also home to SeaWorld San Diego, the acclaimed theme park and aquarium that offers up-close encounters with sloths, dolphins, and other aquatic animals. Younger kids can dance and pose for pictures with their favorite muppets at the Sesame Street Bay of Play, which has family-friendly rides and play areas, including a splash pad and giant bouncy house. Teens and older kids can test their courage on exciting thrill rides including Emperor, the tallest, fastest, and longest dive coaster in California.

          Teens and kids of all ages will have a blast at Belmont Park, just 15 minutes from Town and Country Resort by car. The beachfront amusement park in Mission Beach is a beacon for fun, with challenging midway games, laser tag, mini golf, and classic retro rides, including the famous Giant Dipper roller coaster. The Plunge, a luxury indoor swimming pool, is also located onsite.

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            OLD TOWN

            With historical buildings dating back to the 1800s, Old Town San Diego State Park is the perfect place to spark imagination and travel back in time. Explore the buildings set around the Historic Plaza to experience yesteryear in San Diego. Then, make your way to Fiesta de Reyes, a gated enclave with 19 specialty shops bursting with Mexican folk art and one-of-a-kind treasures. On weekends, a mariachi band and colorful folklorico dancers perform on the courtyard stage.

            Top stops for kids and teens include the Sheriff’s Museum, Old Town Model Railroad Depot, Mason Street Schoolhouse, GUNNZO Japanese Toys and Gifts, and Cousin’s Candy Shop (for saltwater taffy, fudge, and a rainbow of jelly beans). If your teen loves a good ghost story, take an evening tour of the Whaley House Museum, known as the number one most haunted house in the United States. Nearby, Heritage Park showcases six restored Victorian homes and San Diego’s first synagogue. The Coral Tree Tea House offers a “Princess and Prince Tea” for kids 5-8 (reservations required).

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              CONVENTION CENTER STATION

              Steps from the Convention Center trolley station, The New Children’s Museum is an arts-based museum that encourages kids to think, play, and create. Current exhibits include Whammock!, a giant, three-dimensional, climbable sculpture made from braided nylon rope, and Wobbleland, an exclusive play space where infants and toddlers can interact with giant food sculptures, including an avocado teeter-totter and cheese tunnel.

              Across Harbor Drive, behind the San Diego Convention Center, Wheel Fun Rentals offers beach cruisers, kids bikes, and four-wheel surrey bikes perfect for cruising around the Embarcadero with the fam. Ride around The Rady Shell at Jacob’s Park and check out the "Coming Together" sculpture by San Diego artist Niki de Saint Phalle at the east end of the convention center.

              Convention Center Station is also a short walk from the Gaslamp District. Follow the Martin Luther King, Jr. Promenade to the foot of 5th Avenue, where you’ll see the famous Gaslamp Quarter sign.

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                SEAPORT VILLAGE

                Boutique shops, an elaborate carousel, and cobblestone courtyards with fountains and duck ponds delight the younger set at Seaport Village. The popular waterfront locale recently got spruced up with colorful murals and an infusion of new retailers offering enticing souvenirs, including seashells, kites, plush toys, and silly socks. Time your visit for a weekend afternoon and enjoy live music from 1-4PM.

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                  DAY TRIP

                  Further afield in Chula Vista, the newest destination for kids is Sesame Place, a theme park with live shows, character parades, water slides and family-friendly rides. On the way back to the resort, stop at the Living Coast Discovery Center to encounter local wildlife, including endangered sea turtles, sharks, and birds of prey. Other easy day trips from the resort include LEGOLAND California, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park and Disneyland.

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                    TAKE THE TROLLEY

                    No car? No problem! Town and Country Resort is steps from the Fashion Valley trolley station, making it easy to ride to San Diego’s top destinations. Here are three spots to hop on (and off) for a full day of family fun.

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