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Summer Guide: Get Active

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Neon Dash

Yoga Rocks the Park

This nationwide yoga event is a locally staffed 75-minute outdoor yoga class with live music. A kids’ yoga program is available, too.
June 15–July 20 in Point Loma, August 25–September 28 in Carlsbad; $15–$20 (adults), $10 (kids), yogarocksthepark.com

Neon Dash

Color rules at this dusk 5K walk/run, where white tee-clad participants pass through four ultraviolet neon color zones for an explosion of hues that glow as the night goes on.
July 12, $55, neondash.com


Over The Line

The bawdy ball game brings together two teams of three for the beach-based hybrid of baseball and softball. Spectators, meanwhile, can alternate between watching the game, roaming Fiesta Island, and cooling down with a drink.
July 12–13, July 19–20; $99/team, free to watch, ombac.org

Costume Party Run

Whether you run it as a 5K, 10K, or half marathon, one thing is for sure: The crazier the costume, the more fun this Qualcomm Stadium event will be. Past getups include Hugh Hefner, Jack in the Box, and the Spice Girls. Awards will be handed out for top finishers, best costumes, and best group costume.
July 13, $40–$95, costumepartyrun.com


Hang23 Surf Camp

Guests of Tower23 can cruise the waves with the beachfront hotel’s new surf camp package led by world champ and local San Diegan Izzy Paskowitz. You’ll get a three-night stay, surf-themed swag, and complimentary wetsuits and boards during your visit.
Late September (date TBD), $540/guest based on single occupancy, t23hotel.com

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