When visiting the City of Chula Vista on a budget, it will be great to check out destinations that allow entrance at no cost. Yes, there are still facilities and areas in Chula Vista that both locals and visitors can explore for free.

First in the list is the 150-acre Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center (formerly the U.S. Olympic Training Center). The area can be explored starting at nine in the morning till four in the afternoon. Golf Courses in Chula Vista

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The Chula Vista Marina is a great place to just relax and chill out. (Photo Credits)

“The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center is a dynamic setting and home to USATF, USA Rugby, USA Archery, US Cycling’s BMX, Para Tennis & Para Track.  The CVEATC offers multiple sport venues and support facilities for elite athlete programming in sports including archery, beach volleyball, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, rugby, soccer, tennis, track & field, triathlon and cross-training abilities for various winter sports.”

Check out more details about the venue from their official website here.

Otay River Valley

The Otay River valley is yet another great Chula Vista destination to explore. For those who love the great outdoors but do not have much budget for it, a day at this river valley can be a great experience. Find Out More On Chula Vista CA

In its official website, the City of Chula Vista described the destination to both locals and tourists.

“The Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP) is a multi-jurisdictional park that runs through Chula Vista. The OVRP offers its visitors a relaxing sense of well being in a natural river valley. There are trails for hikers, bikers and equestrians. Those with a passion for angling will find peaceful fishing holes along the trails throughout the OVRP. Discover native plants and animals, and enjoy the great outdoors!”

Read more here.

Sight-Seeing at the Marina

Watching yachts and boats along the Chula Vista Marina is yet another free and interesting thing to do when in the city. The Crazy Tourist mentioned in one of its articles that for tourists who just love to relax and chill out, this is definitely the place to be. Historical Landmarks in Chula Vista

“If you fancy a relaxing walk along the side of the bay to look at the boats this is a great place to start. The marina has a peaceful atmosphere with tall swaying palm trees and beautiful sunsets to match.  There are plenty of fantastic boats moored here that you could spend hours admiring. If you are hungry after taking a look around then head down to the Galley at the Marina, a great spot to grab something to eat and relax with some live entertainment. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner so there is never a bad time to come and enjoy the local produce.”

Take a look at the original article here.

Chula Vista is indeed a great city to explore.


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