After a short lesson on my easy-to-ride, three-wheeled, electric powered trikes we start our tour along Liberty Station Park. We roll past the big guns (a great photo stop) and the "52 Boats" memorials. We continue through the beautiful park to the USS Recruit, a full size training ship built on land! Then it's across to the marina where we roll alongside the calm waters and monster yachts docked there. Through Spanish Landing and Cancer Survivors Parks and over to picturesque Harbor Island where we ease along and take in the beauty of Coronado's Naval Air Station across the way as well as the beautiful San Diego skyline in front of us. Great picture stops are everywhere and I'll make sure you get them all! We'll travel from one end of Harbor Island to the other. Want even more speed? On the way back we'll let you see what these trikes can do and how easy they are to handle. Once back in Liberty Station Park, you can explore the many fine shops and restaurants in the park, including my favorite, the famous Corvette Diner! All this and a free gift at the end make for an unforgettably fun ride!
Ever since I moved to Southern California I have not stopped raving about the beauty, the weather, and the multitude of things to do. I decided that I need to share my happiness with as many visitors as I could. I have been running these tours for two years and to see the smile on my guests faces every time lets me know that they enjoy it as much as I do. I am always learning new things about the details and history of the things we will see so that I can pass on the knowledge to my guests that no other experience can.
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We start at Liberty Station Park, past the big guns, the "52 Boats" memorials and the USS Recruit training vessel. To the north end of the embarcadero , through Spanish Landing and Cancer Survivors Park, and over to the beautiful Harbor Island.
There is a strict weight limit of 250 pounds to ride the trike. There is a minimum age of 12 years old (for younger riders contact me to determine if they are capable of riding).