Beautiful end-unit condo in the desirable Carefree San Carlos community. Remodeled with new kitchen remodel, stainless steel appliances, and a private fenced patio. Relax in serene and peaceful surroundings with well-maintained open spaces. Enjoy Carefree’s convenient parking, amenities and plentiful storage. Mission Trails Regional Park is minutes away. Easy access to shopping, entertainment and freeway/transportation networks. VA approved and pet friendly. Assigned carport parking with room to park two cars tandem. Four storage lockers and community laundry. The San Carlos Carefree HOA features a community pool, basketball court and play area.
San Carlos Carefree HOA Office
Address: 6537 Bell Bluff Ave, San Diego, CA 92119
Mission Trails Regional Park encompasses 7,220 acres of both natural and developed recreational areas. Its rugged hills, valleys and open areas represent a San Diego prior to the landing of Cabrillo in San Diego Bay in 1542. Centrally located and only eight miles northeast of downtown San Diego, Mission Trails Regional Park provides a quick, natural escape from the urban hustle and bustle.
Mission Trails Regional Park has been called the third Jewel in the City of San Diego Park System. Along with Balboa Park and Mission Bay Park, it provides San Diego residents and visitors a way to explore the cultural, historical, and recreational aspects of San Diego. Started in 1974, Mission Trails Regional Park has become one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Originally used by the Kumeyaay, the park is the site of the Old Mission Dam, built to store water for the Mission San Diego de Alcala.
San Carlos is located at the eastern edge of the City of San Diego. Named for one of the ships sent by the Spaniards to explore California, the area is mostly residential and many of the ranch-style single family homes were built in the 1960s and 70s. Originally a rural area, San Carlos retains its small town rural feel even though it is within the boundaries of the City of San Diego. Lake Murray, part of Mission Trails Regional Park, is a major attraction for residents providing picnicking spots, baseball fields, tennis courts and other facilities. A paved path follows the contours of the lake and offers perfect conditions for walking, bicycling and rollerblading. Fishing is allowed on certain days, and the lake yields bluegill, catfish, bass and trout. The area is blessed with many birds and attracts bird watchers from all over the world. There is also a well-established golf course that borders the lake with views of Cowles Mountain from each fairway.
Cowles Mountain, also part of the Mission Trails park, offers visitors the ability to enjoy a desert-like climate without actually leaving the city. The mile and a half hike to the top yields an excellent view of San Diego, Mexico and the Pacifi c Ocean. There are hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails on the mountain–the highest point within the city limits of San Diego. Mission Trails park is the largest urban park in the U.S. at over 6,000 acres.Parkway Plaza and Grossmont Center provide mall shopping and there are numerous small shopping areas that serve the area. Mission Trails Regional Park Home to a state-of-the-art Visitor and Interpretive Center, Mission Trails Regional Park is operated and maintained by the City of San Diego in close partnership with the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation. Park Rangers and volunteer docents provide a wide range of interpretive programming, including tours and hikes, as well as video and slide presentations. Over 60,000 school children have toured the park.
With over 5,900 acres, Mission Trails is one of the largest urban parks in the country. It is also home to the Kumeyaay Lake Campground and new Equestrian (Multi-use) Staging Area.Lake MurrayThe City of San Diego took over operation of the Murray Reservoir in 1950 from the Helix Irrigation District. The City purchased the reservoir from Helix 10 years later. Murray Reservoir is located within the boundary of the City’s Mission Trails Regional Park. When full, the reservoir has 171.1 surface acres, a maximum water depth of 95 feet, and 3.2 shoreline miles. Murray Reservoir has a water storage capacity of 4,684.2 acre feet. Water levels are monitored weekly. This lake is very popular for bicycling, jogging, walking, rollerblading, and picnicking. Patrons can walk on paved road only as far as the dam gate (approximately 3.2 miles) and then must return, making it a 6.4-mile round trip.
There are 10 barbecues and 64 picnic tables located around the lake. Patrons can bring their own barbecues for use in designated areas only. No ground fi res or glass containers are allowed. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and at least 50 feet away from the water. Dogs are not allowed on any boats. Smoking and alcohol are prohibited at Murray. Overnight camping is not allowed at Murray Reservoir.Concession: They rent boats on a fi rst come basis only, no reservations. They do have California state fishing licenses for sale. There is bait available – shiners, crawdads, nightcrawlers, meal worms and wax worms. Patrons can use credit cards for boat rentals and other purchases, but permits are cash only. Fishing: Murray is open for fi shing, launching and general access seven days a week except for certain holidays (see What’s New – Holidays for further information). On days or times that the concession is closed patrons can purchase permits from the iron ranger boxes (envelope system) at the lake. The reservoir is stocked with Florida-strain large mouth bass, bluegill, channel catfi sh, black crappie and trout. Minimum size limit for bass is 12 inches. Fish limits are five trout, five bass, five catfish and 25 crappie and bluegill in aggregate, with no limit on other species. Anglers 16 years of age or older must have a California state fishing license.
Fish catch information is updated weekly.Water Craft: In addition to fishing from boats, patrons can use fl oat tubes, waders, or simply fi sh from shore. Use of fl oat tubes is restricted to within 150 feet or less from shore. Float tubers must wear chest waders and have a Coast Guard approved personal flotation device readily available at all times, and have 144 square inches of international orange visible at least 12 inches above the water line. They must also possess a horn or whistle to warn approaching craft. Any fl oat tube that uses oars or has a motor must purchase a private boat use permit.San Carlos Recreation Center San Carlos Recreation Center is a strong establishment in the beautiful community of San Carlos. We offer youth basketball, youth volleyball and youth fl ag football leagues as well as skills clinics. Ballet and gymnastics classes are also available on a monthly basis.
Need a night out with your spouse or friends? Drop the kids off for Parent’s Night out every second Friday of the month! We have day camps for all the school breaks offered by Combine5. The San Carlos / Lake Murray Recreation Council sponsors two annual special events – a Spring Egg Hunt and a Halloween Carnival. Please call the Recreation Center offi ce for more information on all our programs, classes and special events!Lake Murray Community Park is also managed by the San Carlos Recreation Center. There is a playground that opened in November 2012 due to the efforts of the Lake Murray Playground Project and the City of San Diego’s Park & Recreation Department’s park planners. It has been a wonderful addition to the community, and any requested events at this park needs to be approved by the City. Please call the Recreation Center office and ask for the Center Director for any all questions and concerns regarding the Lake Murray Community Park and San Carlos Recreation Center.
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