// Chula Vista – Bayside Park / Imperial Beach – Rolling Shoe Box | Rolling Shoe Box //
Holly is working hard on her school, so we decided to leave her behind and go see Bayside park in Chula Vista. This park is located right behind the Chula Vista RV Park at 460 Sandpiper Way Chula Vista, CA 91910 – (619) 422-0111. I give their phone number, because this has to be one of the cleanest, best kept parks we have found South of San Diego. Chula Vista RV Resort is a family park, which is even more rare. The spaces are about as tight as any other private park, and many have a great view of Bayside park and at least a partial view of bay. If you are fluent in cash, this RV Park is a great option. – Chula Vista RV Resort. We are not fluent in cash, so we had to opt for parking in the parking lot at Bayside park enjoying the area as a day trip. This article covers two parks, the first, Bayside park, and Imperial Beach pier. One wants to go to these parks on a cold winter day when the sun is out and it is only about 70 degrees. Weekends and holidays in nice weather could make parking not an option.
Chula Vista – Bayside Park / Imperial Beach – Rolling Shoe Box
These wooden structures are kind of cool. Athena and Sarah were having fun playing on them until the Park Police came. Guess they are only for little kids younger than even Sarah. Turns out, there is a strange phenomenon going on in the Unite States, and I hope my generation is not the cause. The authorities seem to be inadvertently banning free play. As kids, we used to ride our bikes to the city parks and have a great time (Raising hell according to some). We were climbing, playing cops and robbers, shooting each other with finger guns, tackling each other in our church clothes, jumping from trees, and any other noisy and dirty activity we could imagine. Today city kids hardly get to walk home from school any more, many the city parks run the kids out if their parents are not right there. Laws are being passed in many municipalities banning kids under 18 from the parks if unsupervised. Kids are not allowed to play in the culdesac streets with out the parents having to fear prosecution if an inattentive driver hit one of them at 40 miles per hour. Believe it or not, 40 mph seems to be a minimum speed now days, and some residential areas are even posted as such. Teachers are assigning kids so much homework that many kids could never go out doors. Kids who insist on free play are labeled ADHD and get medicated. The irony of all this, is the very people who are forcing our kids to stop moving, except in organized sports; are trying prosecute parents for having fat kids. Life, seems like a very strange form of cognitive dissidence!