Things to do in San Diego This Fall

As summer fades into autumn the beaches become less crowded, the weather drops to mild, yet sunny temperatures, and we prepare for an endless amount of fun-filled fall activities. Don’t forget to pack your flannel, we are sharing some of our favorite things to do in San Diego this fall.



Lederhosen, and Steins, and Bratwurst, oh my! Immerse yourself in German culture and enjoy live music, German inspired cuisine, and plenty of beer at one or all Oktoberfest celebrations around San Diego.

San Diego Oktoberfest

Pumpkin Patch

Visit a nearby pumpkin patch and get to picking! Most pumpkin patches offer hayrides, corn mazes, petting farms and more! Additionally pumpkin patches make the best backdrops, so dress your best for family photos. Here are some tips for taking your own family photos while on vacation.


Day trip to Julian

Julian is a quaint mountain town located in the Cuyamaca Mountains, 65 miles from Coronado Beach Resort. Stop for the infamous apple pie and soak up the rich history of this charming gold mining town. We have planned out the perfect day trip to Julian for you!


Get Spooked

Southern California is full of amusement parks, and this October they are turning spooky! Grab your costumes and get ready for LEGOLAND® Brick-or-Treat, HowlOScream at Seaworld and HalGLOWeen at the San Diego Zoo.


Pick your pumpkins from the patch and celebrate with a family pumpkin carving night at your home away from home! Book your stay and escape to San Diego this fall to immerse yourself in festivals, spooktacular events and more.




Due to our location in the heart of Coronado, please be aware that our resort experiences consistent noise from the local military base, nearby construction, and traffic along Orange Avenue.


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Please note that our neighboring hotel, Villa Capri, will be undergoing construction through November 2024. Additionally, Hotel Del Coronado will also be undergoing construction, but will remain open to the public. Please be aware that increased noise levels related to construction equipment may be noticeable during this period. For more information, please visit our construction page.

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