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South Bay Salt Works
Constructed in 1871, this San Diego icon produces 75,000 tons of salt each year.
At the time of its completion in 1888, Sweetwater Dam constituted the tallest masonry arch dam in the nation—and, at over 90 feet high, serves as an inspiration for engineers to this day.
Historic Victorian homes
Chula Vista’s orchard houses begin construction.
Chula Vista Yacht Club
Founded in 1889, the club hosts events for the whole family throughout the year, including races, cruises, and fishing tournaments.
Third Avenue Village
Chula Vista’s century-old downtown district offers an impressive range of restaurant and retail choices, as well as a weekly farmers market.
Brown Field Municipal Airport
First opened in 1918, this general aviation airport was used for military purposes until the 1960s.
San Diego Country Club
The county’s oldest country club lays claim to the only private golf course in the area.
Now home to Chula Vista’s Village Vibes Summer Concert Series, the scenic park boasts seating for 700, and is available for private event rentals.
The current City Hall building opened its doors in ’51, some 39 years after the original structure was donated to the city.
Chula Vista Center
More than 100 specialty shops and department stores can be found at this retail hub, which first opened its doors in 1962.
San Diego Trolley
With stations all across San Diego, the trolley has offered access to everything from Qualcomm Park to the Mexican-American border.
Chula Vista Nature Center
A world-renowned zoo and aquarium, the Nature Center boasts a plethora of local plants and wildlife.
Consistently voted San Diego’s best new home community in the San Diego Union-Tribune, the neighborhood enjoys suburban comforts with close proximity to downtown.
U.S. Olympic Training Center
One of the official centers for the nation’s top athletes in track and field, soccer, and more, the training center is open to both Olympic hopefuls and the public.
Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
Offering seating for up to 20,000 visitors, the venue was the first in the area designed for music.
Knott’s Soak City
The largest water park in San Diego County since its 2000 opening, Knott’s offers 24 water slides over 33 acres.
Otay Ranch Town Center
The construction of the upscale shopping center marked the area’s first major market opening in 20 years.
Chula Vista Off-Road International Raceway
With a whopping 11,000 grandstand seats, the raceway has hosted several motocross tournaments since its completion in 2007.
Did you know?
CV native Mario Lopez has asked the public to donate to the Community Youth Athletic Center of Chula Vista in honor of his daughter’s first birthday. Visit myregistry.com for details.