Showing posts with label Coast Oak. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Coast Oak. Show all posts

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Homeschooling 2020 Begins

Covid-19 has given engaging in distance learning or autonomous homeschooling a whole new 'face'.



Sunday, July 19, 2020

Happy Fifth Birthday Coast Oak

Happy Fifth Birthday Coast Oak Dimple faced, well dressed little man who likes to make every one laugh!
Happy Birthday Coast Oak - You are awesome kid. 

Happy Fifth Birthday Coast Oak
Happy Fifth Birthday Coast Oak

Sunday, January 5, 2020

Sky Brown Comes for a Visit

Sky Brown Comes for a Visit

Kids got to hang out with Olympian and dancing with the stars junior champ Sky Brown and her family! Awesome time with people spreading good vibes and stoke!

Thursday, November 23, 2017

A California Thanksgiving

A California Thanksgiving
The Thanksgiving holiday traditionally revolves around a huge feast with family and friends, wherever you are. But if you're spending the holiday in San Diego County, you can add some new traditions to the day, by celebrating Thanksgiving with a San Diego twist.


Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The Kids in Their Natural Habitat!

The Kids in Their Natural Habitat!

Reef, Crue , Coast and Belle at the San Diego Zoo.

Coast Oak at Swim Lessons

Coast Oak at Swim Lessons
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Jeff and Monica Noonan founded Noonan Family Swim School, Inc. in January of 2004. With their combined backgrounds in aquatics, teaching, human resources and management, establishing a swim school whose founding principles were rooted in an excellent curriculum, teaching to the individual needs of each child and treating every client as part of the Noonan Family was their way of giving back to the community.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

The Smiths at William Heise State Park Campground

The Smiths at William Heise State Park Campground Situated 4,200 feet above sea level in a forest of pines and oaks along the northern extremity of the Laguna Mountain Range, this 929-acre park is one of the few San Diego county parks to get snowfall each year.

Forests of oak, pine, and cedar surround peaceful mountain meadows and provide an undisturbed setting for miles of scenic hiking and equestrian trails. Mule deer and wild turkey are frequently seen throughout the park, and rare residents include bobcats and mountain lions.

Though its forest may seem timeless, each season brings dramatic changes: from winter snowfall to spring wildflowers, there is always something new to see at Heise.


  • Camping
  • Cabins
  • Showers (coin-operated)
  • Playgrounds
  • 10.75 miles of multi-use, non-motorized trails
  • Wedding and special event venues
  • Birds of William Heise
  • Junior Rangers
  • Restrooms

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Beach Babies - San Elijo State Beach

California Department of Parks and Recreation manages 280 park units, which contain the finest and most diverse collection of natural, cultural, and recreational resources to be found within California. These treasures are as diverse as California: From the last stands of primeval redwood forests to vast expanses of fragile desert; from the lofty Sierra Nevada to the broad sandy beaches of our southern coast; and from the opulence of Hearst Castle to the vestiges of colonial Russia.

Located on the San Diego Coast, San Elijo State Beach offers swimming, surfing, showers and picnicking. The narrow, bluff-backed stretch of sand has a nearby reef popular with snorkelers and divers.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Family Camping - Lake Hemet

Family Camping - Lake HemetLake Hemet, one of the most popular vacation spots in Southern California for waterpark play, camping, fishing, RVing, festivals and weddings.

Photos from our weekend: