San Marcos is a suburb of San Diego within the North County section of San Diego County, California. Since 2010, the city had a complete inhabitants of eighty four,391. Outside the San Diego region, it is best often called the house of California State College, San Marcos. The town is surrounded by Encinitas and Escondido in the east and Southwest respectively, Vista in the Northwest and Carlsbad in the west.
Parks in San Marcos include: Woodland Park, Discovery Community Park, Helen Bougher Memorial Park, William R Bradley Park, Jacks Pond Park, Lake Moree Park, Knob Hill Park Cerro de las Posas Park.
San Marcos is has also developed into a city known for its loads of open space and parks in the latest years. Miles of trails have been planned and made to further biking throughout the city. A well-liked destination is the highest of Double Peak Park, which includes a view of northern San Diego County from the very best coastal peak within the county.
San Marcos Universities and Colleges
San Marcos is home to Cal State University San Marcos, Palomar College and University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.
Things to do in San Marcos include: Golf courses, Lake San Marcos, San Marcos Historical Museum, The Lost Abbey, Vino 100, Mocha Marketplace are all places to see.
Neighborhoods in San Marcos