Princess Street Articles

Work continues to restore Princess Street trail beach access

From by Dave Schwab – December 9, 2022 in Features, La Jolla Village News, Top Stories
Until 1979, the Princess Street Coastal Access Trail provided a point of entry to what is now known as the San Diego-La Jolla Underwater Park and Matlahuayl State Marine Reserve.

Plans to Restore Princess Street Beach Access Proceeding

The Environmental Center of San Diego in coming weeks will complete the study phase of a project to reestablish a beach access trail from La Jolla’s Princess Street.

Matlahuayl State Marine Reserve Celebration

On Tuesday, November 1st, there was a celebration for CA’s MPAs (Marine Protected Areas) in La Jolla. The backdrop was the Matlahuayl State Marine Reserve which is part of the MPA’s found in San Diego. It is the only MPA with a Native American name.

Conservancy Funds Second Phase of Princess Street Trail

From the La Jolla Light: The California Coastal Conservancy awarded the Environmental Center of San Diego a grant of $180,680 on Sept. 23 to support the continued restoration of the historic Princess Street Coastal Access Trail in La Jolla.