Located on a half-mile stretch of green that runs parallel to the ocean atop low cliffs, the Park seamlessly changes from the manicured Seagrove Park at the base of 15th Street to Powerhouse Park as it stretches northward to 18th Street in Del Mar. A playground at the southern end (nearest to Seagrove Park) is suitable for small children and one of the best in San Diego due to its stunning location. Nowhere else have I been able to push children on swings while watching a pod of dolphins swim by in the waters below. The beach is a short, non-treacherous walk down a dirt path. Watersports are welcome here, with areas designated for surfing, body boards, and swimming. Lifeguards patrol regularly, and the main lifeguard tower is a short distance down the beach at 18th Street. Boogie boards can be rented for $3/hour with a credit card or driver's license from the snack bar in the parking lot of the Poseidon Restaurant at the base of 18th Street.