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Liberty Station is one of San Diego’s local favorites...with locations offering unique and tasteful amenities and the total package of food, fun, art and experience for your senses. This great location was once the historic Naval Training Center, and is now San Diego’s premiere arts and culture district.  Its venues offer a spectacular setting that will make any meeting, conference, festival, or fundraiser an event to remember and any day trip one to remember.
With multiple spaces- both indoor and outdoor, just minutes from the airport and downtown San Diego, VENUES Liberty Station offers historic charm, professional service, and free parking. 

The retail and commercial district of Liberty Station is divided into five sections: The Marketplace, Ocean Village, NTC Landing, Harbor Square, and Fitness Club. The Marketplace section, located on Truxtun Road, between Womble and Roosevelt Road, is the most developed of the commercial areas. The NTC Landing section of Liberty Station is accessed through the iconic gate off Lytton Avenue, formerly NTC's Gate 6, whose image serves as a kind of visual symbol for all of Liberty Station. The Harbor Square section is located at Laning Road and Harbor Drive, across from San Diego Bay and Naval Base Point Loma...And the Fitness Club section is located on Roosevelt Road at Historic Decatur Road and is still being developed. The Ocean Village section is not yet developed and is located on Historic Decatur Road and Perry Road; it is planned as a maritime-themed area with retail and light industrial tenants as well as public access to the boat channel.


Liberty Station tenants vary between retail and commercial and include Vons, Trader Joe's, and Ace Hardware. There are dozens of restaurants, including Stone Brewing World Bistro and Gardens opened on Historic Decatur Road.  Boffo Cinemas opened a six-screen multiplex theater called The Lot; it is located in the renovated historic Luce Auditorium..plus a several Starbuck's coffee shops, and a variety of retail shops.

The NTC Landing section is home to the historic Sail Ho Golf Course which was built in the 1920s by Albert Spalding of Spalding Sports.  Being the oldest golf course in San Diego, it was originally the San Diego Country Club called the Loma Club.  Under the NTC Foundation, Sail Ho has recently been renovated by Cary Bickler who redesigned the fairways, greens, and practice facilities. The practice facilities provide lessons – This course has been challenged and helped by many famous golfers over the decades including  Craig Stadler and Phil Michelson who both played junior golf tournaments here when they were young.  The nine-hole executive course also features a pro-shop and the Sail Ho Bar & Grill

Liberty Station is a short 2 mile walk for bike ride from Shelter Island.