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Carlsbad, 92011

Carlsbad offers the bright and personable energy of a small town with the conveniences of a large city.

Welcome to Carlsbad, 92011

 

Upbeat, personable, and active, this section of the city offers uncrowded beaches and plenty of green space
 
Carlsbad offers the bright and personable energy of a small town with the conveniences of a large city. The southwest quadrant of Carlsbad — ZIP code 92011 — extends along the Pacific Ocean to the south of the city’s center. It includes the Aviara neighborhood, which is home to the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort.
 
The climate in Carlsbad is mild, and each season offers a variety of unique outdoor events and activities. There are just over 100,000 residents in the area, which means beaches are clean and uncrowded, and you’ll always find a patch of sand to relax on to soak up the SoCal sunrays.

What to Love

 
  • Offering small-town charm with the ample urban conveniences
  • Bustling streets, perfect for window shopping
  • A balmy, breezy Californian climate with plenty of sunshine

Local Lifestyle

 

Due to its plethora of sunshine, it’s not uncommon to find Carlsbad locals spending time outdoors, whether beachcombing, taking a stroll through the shops, or dining alfresco. The balmy climate means that the weather is often perfect for catching a wave during the morning surf or having friends over for a backyard barbecue.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

 

There’s an eclectic mix of eateries in Carlsbad. Local favorites include Vigilucci’s Cucina, offering authentic Italian dishes, and Windmill Food Hall, located in the iconic windmill building. Here, you’ll find amazing food by local vendors alongside an expansive craft beer selection.
 
Carlsbad Premium Outlets, a Simon-owned property featuring more than 90 stores, is a popular spot. Here, you’ll find high-end shops like Tory Burch, Coach, Marc Jacobs, and Crate & Barrel. 

From early March until early May, residents gravitate to The Flower Fields, a flower garden found on the Carlsbad Ranch. For over 60 years, Mother Nature has transformed the rolling hills into a spectacular and coordinated display of natural color and beauty. This annual burst of color, which has become part of the area’s local heritage, is one of nature’s official ways of announcing the arrival of spring in Southern California.

Things to Do

 

LEGOLAND, a theme park, miniature park, and aquarium, is located in Carlsbad. Based on the LEGO toy brand, the park opened on March 20, 1999, and is the third Legoland park to open — and the first outside of Europe!
 
South Carlsbad State Beach, known for swimming, surfing, skin diving, fishing, and picnicking, is located immediately south of Carlsbad State Beach and attracts hundreds of visitors daily.
 
At the Museum of Making Music, guests will find unique exhibitions, vibrant and varied live music performances, and innovative educational programs, which share the accomplishments and impact of the people who make, sell, and use musical instruments and products.

Batiquitos Lagoon is also a popular Carlsbad attraction. This coastal wetland and estuary is located between southern Carlsbad and Encinitas and consists of 610 acres with a drainage basin of about 55,000 acres.

Schools

 

The schools are excellent in Carlsbad. Popular educational options include:
 
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