This San Diego Treasure nestled right next to the Silver Strand Bayshore Bikeway & Wildlife Sanctuary was originated by San Diego's Swiss Heritage. The name Swiss Park was officially given to this wonderful gathering venue for family and friends of the "Swiss Farms" and "Swiss Miss" legacy in San Diego History. We are very proud to be able to share this lovely historical venue with the community of San Diego. Many Swiss Celebrations happen annually at this wonderful San Diego treasure.
Beyond the state beach is the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge, which was dedicated in June 1999 and contains the majority of the remaining wetlands, mudflats and eelgrass beds in San Diego Bay. The 3,940-acre refuge supports many endangered and threatened species of flora and fauna, which makes it an important stop on the Pacific Flyway, a north–south migratory bird route along the Americas. Visitors can bird watch from various points along the bike path. This continuous portion of trail ends in the south of San Diego Bay at the Event Center [SD Historic Swiss Park].