District No. 1120


Lodge Links

  • Otay Valley Regional Park

    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!

    OVRP Ranger Station 
    2155 Beyer Boulevard
    (619) 424-0463

  • OnStage Playhouse

    Downtown Chula Vista's only live community theater with an up-close, intimate setting. OnStage is recognized as a significant cultural arts contributor to the community, and consistently impresses its audiences, critics, and judges with continuing high-quality productions. The theatre seats 60 playgoers, and produces six or more plays per year. If you're looking to pursue your acting career (or you want to have fun), you may even choose to audition!

    291 Third Avenue
    (619) 422-RSVP [7787]

  • Len Moore Skate Park

    This premier South Bay skate park is designed for both “street" and competitive skaters. Famous local skater, Tony Hawk has even been a guest!  There are four skate areas that include ramps, rails, and all the “essentials.”  Park rental is also available—it’s safe, fun and the entire park is yours!  Call for details.

    Call for seasonal hours and more information. 

    Boys & Girls Clubs of South County,
    1301 Oleander Avenue
    (619) 424-2266 Ext. 312

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  • Donate Life America

    Donate Life America is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit alliance of national organizations and state teams across the United States committed to increasing organ, eye and tissue donation. Donate Life America manages and promotes the national brand for donation, Donate Life, and assists Donate Life State Teams and national partners in facilitating high-performing donor registries; developing and executing effective multi-media donor education programs; and motivating the American public to register now as organ, eye and tissue donors. Contact Information: Donate Life America 701 E. Byrd Street 16th Floor Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 377-3580

  • Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center

    The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center, located in the eastern part of the City, was built in 1995 and occupies 155 acres. Funding for the $65 million facility was raised by the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation and a land grant from Eastlake developers. Athletes in archery, beach volleyball, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, rugby, soccer, tennis, track & field, triathlon, and cross-training abilities for various winter sports train at the Center.

    Open year-round.

    2800 Olympic Parkway
    (619) 656-1500

  • Mattress Firm Amphitheatre

    Mattress Firm Amphitheatre is an outdoor performing arts theater with reserved seating for 10,000 and additional seating for 10,000 on an attractively landscaped lawn. The amphitheater is located just 17 minutes from downtown San Diego in Chula Vista, and is the area's first major concert facility designed specifically for music. 

    Open year-round.

    2050 Entertainment Circle
    (off Auto Park Drive)
    (619) 671-3600

  • Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark

    Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark combines up-close animal experiences with a water park allowing visitors to interact with a variety of animals to create the ultimate guest experience and quality entertainment for the whole family.

    2052 Entertainment Circle
    Chula Vista, CA 91911


  • The Living Coast Discovery Center

    Interactive exhibits at the Nature Center describe the history, geology, ecology, natural history and bio-diversity of Sweetwater Marsh and San Diego Bay. Exhibits include a shark and ray tank, aviaries housing waterbirds, hawks and owls, bird watching platforms and drought tolerant gardens attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.

    1000 Gunpowder Point Drive
    (at the west end of E Street)
    (619) 409-5900

  • Welcome to Salt Creek Golf Club

    The Salt Creek Golf Club brings links style golf to the natural terrain of San Diego County. Located beneath the shadows of Mt. Miguel and adjacent to a State Wildlife preserve, Salt Creek offers a unique golf experience to all levels of players. Salt Creek's commitment to quality and service will ensure that everyone from the individual player to the large group outing will receive an exceptional day of golf. Salt Creek measures 6,889 yards from the back tees and 5,505 from the forward tees catering to all skill levels. The generous fairways and large greens provide a demanding yet playable golf course. Salt Creek is located in Chula Vista just 20 minutes Southeast of Downtown San Diego and Mission Valley.

  • Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course

    The Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course was designed by local PGA Legend, Billy Casper, and is professionally managed by American Golf Corp.

  • Welcome to Eastlake Country Club

    Discover a golf experience unlike any other. A place where stunning views of nearby Mount Miguel frame a pristine course located just minutes from downtown San Diego. Tranquility and serenity are met by the challenge of 18 holes that encapsulate Southern California Golf.

  • The Chula Vista Convention & Visitors Bureau

    Our Visitor Information Center is located at 750 "E" Street, at the Bayfront Trolley Station off Interstate 5. Friendly and knowledgeable bilingual staff are available to assist you Monday through Saturday at the Visitor Center.

  • Click here to sign our Guest Book!!!

    We hope this site has been helpful. Please take a moment and sign our Guest Book.

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