San Diego in September Is What the locals live for!
The weather is still warm and you will have the beaches to yourself. Visiting San Diego in September is paradise. The warm and dry air from the desert blows into San Diego creating a comfortable climate for a leisure vacation.
As far as San Diego weather goes for September, the average high temperature is 82 degrees Fahrenheit while the average low temperate is 64 degrees Fahrenheit. The water temperature in the Pacific Ocean is cooling off and averages around 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you didn’t get the chance to get out of the house yet this summer and are still looking for a getaway, I higher recommend you consider San Diego in September. The sun is warm, and the water feels so refreshing. You always don’t have to worry about crowds and high season prices.
Top Events Happening in San Diego In September:
The San Diego Bayfair is hosted on Mission bay and is a high adrenaline event featuring thunder boat racing, tunnel hulls, drag boats, hydroplanes, live music as well as specialty vendors and food.
The San Diego Blues Festival is the largest blues event in the city, which has been running for over ten years on the waterfront Embarcadero.
Island Vibes Music Festival
The 7th Annual event at the Embarcadero on the waterfront with live music and island culture!
San Diego’s largest EDM festival hosted at Waterfront Park in Downtown!
April through October
Go for the home team or watch your favorite team play against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park in Downtown San Diego! The stadium is located in the Gaslamp District so plan on visiting some great bars for fun pregame and post-game entertainment!
Present your same-day baseball ticket to a receptionist at ITH Hostels and save $5 on your reservation.
Wellness Activities To Do In San Diego In September
Rejuvenate yourself with Yoga In San Diego
Law St Park
It is important to stay healthy so you can travel more! San Diego has many amazing spots for outdoor and indoor yoga!
Hike Potato Chip Rock
Take an adventure to one of San Diego’s most unique hikes! Potatoe Chip Rock will get your adrenaline going as you sit on the edge of a razor thin rock overlooking San Diego!
Go rock climbing in San Diego
The rock climbing and bouldering scene in San Diego is very big. You have a wide variety of places to climb including outdoor gorges, boulder fields, and indoor gyms. Be sure to bring your shoes and chalk bag on your next visit to San Diego!
San Diego Surf Break Of The Month – September
South Mission Jetty
Visiting San Diego with at least not checking out the waves is a big mistake. The coastline beaches along San Diego provide epic waves for surfers of all skill levels. Plan on checking out a few different breaks on your surf trip to San Diego.
Skateboard at a great Spot in San Diego
Skate Sunset Cliffs
Skateboarding was invented in SoCal so be ready to cruise on some world-class skate parks, butter-soft streets, fun hills, and ocean boardwalks!
Weekly Local Events In San Diego:
San Diego is a great destination year-round. Many other extraordinary events are happening and listed on the San Diego Events website.
For info on the live music scene, the San Diego Reader has a great list of upcoming shows.
Tuesdays: Pacific Beach Farmers Market
Wednesdays: Ocean Beach Farmers Market and Drum Circles
Thursdays: Pacific Beach Farmers Market
Saturdays: Little Italy Farmers Market
Sundays: Hillcrest Farmers Market
Everyday – Locals Ride Free – San Diego Trolley Tours
There is always something happening in America’s Finest City. Want to go to a pop-up bar that rolls along in a camper? Or buy some secondhand books? Check out The Reader for more daily events. It’s hard to know what you will be in the mood to do at times until you see all the options of the day in front of you.
If you have any questions about other events happening in San Diego, please contact our receptionist at any of our local hostels.
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