During the summer, the Coronado beach will be filled with people. The sun is blazing, the water is glistening and the sand steaming. Sometimes the beach can be overwhelming during the day because of the extreme warms during those summer months, so if you are one of those people then maybe the beach at night is in the cards for you.
One of the greatest things about the Coronado beach is the circle of fire pits. The bonfire pits are located at the north end of the island, just before Dog Beach. If you wanted, you could plan for an entire day at the beach starting with volleyball (might have to set up your own net if you want to stay close to the pits) then a little dip in the ocean, followed by a rinse at the toilets/showers and then get cozy and cuddle up next to the fire.
Hot dogs, hamburgers, sodas, chips, and mmmm smores! All of these items can easily fit into one’s belly after a day of volleying and swimming. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, towels, warm clothes firewood and metal coat hangers so that you can roast your burgers and marshmallows!