Agua Hedionda Lagoon

Description


The Agua Hedionda Lagoon ("agua hedionda" means "pestilent water" in Spanish) is a lagoon in Carlsbad, California, that is fed by the Agua Hedionda Creek. Stewardship of much of the lagoon is held by the Encina Power Station and its owner NRG Energy. In November 2000 the Agua Hedionda Lagoon was designated as a critical habitat for the tidewater goby. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Public transportation, what to see / tourism / beaches, Geographical features, what to see / tourism / botanical gardens, Non incorporated areas, Natural Heritage / Flora, Census-designated places, Societies, Spas

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Oceanside (California)
  2. Vista (California)

Public transportation

  1. Aeropuerto McClellan-Palomar
  2. Aeropuerto Municipal de Oceanside

what to see / tourism / beaches

  1. Leucadia

Geographical features

  1. Leucadia State Beach

what to see / tourism / botanical gardens

  1. San Diego Botanic Garden

Non incorporated areas

  1. Olivenhain (California)
  2. San Luis Rey (California)

Natural Heritage / Flora

  1. Alta Vista Gardens

Census-designated places

  1. Camp Pendleton South, California

Societies

  1. Pizza Port

Spas

  1. Army and Navy Academy

Other interest places

  1. Legoland California
  2. Agua Hedionda Lagoon
  3. Oceanside Pier
  4. McClellan-Palomar Airport
  5. Coast Highway (NCTD station)
  6. College Boulevard (NCTD station)
  7. Crouch Street (NCTD station)

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