Pacifica Motor Inn 200 Rockaway Beach Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Motor Inn is an ideal location. It's across the street from a number of boutiques and restaurants, Rockaway…More Beach lies half a block down the road and a hiking trail begins directly behind the inn. Pacifica Motor Inn offers customers affordable, pet-friendly lodging, ample parking, free breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Check for seasonal specials.
Pacifica 76 765 Oddstad Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 Across from the Park Mall shopping center, Pacifica 76 features a tiny convenience store and a full-service garage. This…More 76 station has been refilling tanks and repairing engines since 1996. The employees say the location is what makes the gas station special, surrounded as it is by Pacifica's lush hills. The store stocks only a few basic snacks and drinks. The service lot can be packed tight, but there is plenty of on-street parking.
Al's Carpets 1014 Park Pacifica Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Al's Carpets is a Bay Area carpet and rug dealer. Call for information about product availability.
Pacifica Park Apartments 670 Hickey Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Park is a beautiful, 104-unit complex a walk away from shops and restaurants. Garden-like surroundings make up…More the grounds, which even include an area for your dog to play and socialize. The leasing office can be found by following the main driveway to the right.
Brighton Mini Park is a tiny park with a playground, swingset, grill and picnic table nestled in Pacifica's Sharp…More Park district along Brighton Road. Although this park is primarily geared toward children, it's not a bad place to have a barbecue with friends and family. Glass containers are prohibited inside the park.
Unlike many of the larger parks in Pacifica, which serve as wildlife reserves in addition to being recreation areas, dogs are allowed in Brighton Mini Park. They must be leashed, however.
Although the Pacifica Sanchez Library has a slightly smaller collection than the Sharp Park branch, it makes up for…More it with aesthetics. Located in Pacifica's Sun Valley, the library gets an unusual amount of sunlight for the notoriously foggy city and there's an enclosed garden area with a vegetable patch maintained by staff.
The library is family-oriented and features several story times and family movie nights weekly, along with clubs and regular events for adults.
Edgemar Park Winwood Ave & Channing Way, Pacifica, CA94044 A quiet green space tucked away in Pacifica's Fairmont District, Edgemar Park contains something for everyone, whether…More it's shade from massive trees towering around and inside the park in which to read, picnic tables and a grill for get-togethers with friends and family or a playground for children. The park is open later than most in Pacifica --11pm-- and dogs are allowed but must be leashed.
The Pacifica Tribune, published every Wednesday, features local content ranging from hard news to event…More coverage. The newspaper is owned by the Denver-based MediaNews Group, the second-largest media company in the U.S. MediaNews purchased the paper just before the millennium; before that, it was locally owned.
The Pacifica Tribune's history dates back further than its name. It originated as the Coastside Tribune in the early 20th century, and was based in Sharp Park, one of the cities that combined to form Pacifica.
Sanchez Fields, also known as Sanchez School Athletic Fields, are primarily used by schools and athletic teams for…More practice. A small baseball diamond and soccer field make up the majority of the park's grassy space.
The Sanchez Art Center shares a parking lot with the park. Several arts-focused organizations are housed within the center, including Art Guild of Pacifica, several studio artists, the Mildred Owen Concert Hall and Pacifica Performances, and Stephen Johnson Photography.
Pacifica Skatepark 540 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Skatepark is a huge complex with a large pool, including two bowls, a half pipe, small freestyle area and tons…More of coping. Skating events and contests are occasionally held at the park, but most of the time its open to anyone on skates (bikes are not allowed). The park is rarely crowded, and skill levels of its users range from novice to expert. Helmets, elbow pads and kneepads are required at all times.
Oddstad Park and Cultural Arts Center 1050 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Oddstad Park has a playground, some grassy areas and benches, perfect for grilling outdoors. It's also the home of the…More playhouse and performing arts school of the local Pacifica Spindrift Players.
Sharp Park Golf Course 269 Angelita Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Sharp Park Golf Course is a golf course located in Pacifica. The course features 18 holes set up on 6,299 yards of land.…More Course amenities include a full-service restaurant. Tee times can be reserved over the phone.
Shintaikido of Pacifica 150 Eureka Sq, Pacifica, CA94044 Shintaikido is not only a martial arts location in Pacifica, it is also a form of martial arts taught by owner Kaiso…More Dave Bendigkeit. For the past 15 years, Dave Bendigkeit has taught a variety of martial arts to people ages 4 and up. Based on a combination of Kung fu, Kajukenbo and Aikido, Shintaikido focuses on control of the whole self, while integrating practice with strikes, throws and weapons training. With ample parking and roomy, clean facilities, this dojo is a great place for practice.