The Ocean Beach map shows the grid like design of the streets in Ocean Beach, San Diego. The major street is Sunset Cliffs Boulevard which runs through the middle of Ocean Beach and a major road for people going to and from Interstate 8. Running parallel to Sunset Cliffs Boulevard is Bacon Street, which is a major side street that intersects all of the beach streets from one of OB to the other end. Running perpendicular those streets are the beach streets including the most heavily traveled roads of West Point Loma Boulevard, Voltaire Street, Newport Avenue and Narragansett Avenue.
Sunset Cliffs Boulevard runs perpendicular to every major street in OB that leads to a beach such as Newport Avenue, West Point Loma Boulevard, and Narragansett Avenue.
Nearby neighborhoods in San Diego: The surrounding areas near Ocean Beach are Loma Portal, Point Loma, Sunset Cliffs, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, Clairemont, Mission Hills, Old Town, Linda Vista, La Jolla and Downtown San Diego. The San Diego ocean beaches attract millions of visitors each year.
Ocean Beach Geography
Ocean Beach is a neighborhood located along the Pacific Ocean in the western part of the great American city of San Diego. Ocean Beach is situated at the estuary of the San Diego River where the river spills into the Pacific Ocean. Also of note, Ocean Beach is located where Interstate Highway 8 ends, making it the first place many visitors see when they are heading to the beach from the east. Relative to Downtown San Diego, Ocean Beach is about 7 miles away to the northwest. Ocean Beach is surrounded by the neighborhoods of Mission Beach and Mission Bay to its north and Point Loma to its south. The coordinates of Ocean Beach are 32°45′3.18″N and 117°15′6.13″W and it is located in San Diego County with a zip code of 92107 (Pacific Time Zone).