JOIN US AT THE BEACH
It's part of our mission to design an incredible experience for WomanUP!® attendees that creates opportunities for connection and growth.
This is why we are so excited to share with you our retreat location for 2023 The SeaBird Resort in Oceanside, CA.
Oceanside (locally known as O'side) is a popular tourist destination owing to its historic landmarks, beaches, and architecture. The beloved “Top Gun” House is on the property - now the home of the High-Pie Shop, which is filled with memorabilia from the hit movie.
We encourage you, our dearest retreat guest, to arrive on June 12 to get checked in, settled with a welcome sip, and enjoy a sunset dinner.
The retreat is June 13-14, starting Monday evening with a welcome sip and registration and ending with our signature Wine Tasting experience that goes until (at least) 5pm on Wednesday.
We encourage you to stay to reflect and journal your experiences on Wednesday night, soak in the energy of Oceanside, and plan to head home on Thursday morning!
Oceanside is easily accessible from 4 major airports including:
San Diego International Airport (SAN- 40 miles)
John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA- 50 miles)
Ontario International Airport (ONT- 85 miles).
McClellan-Palomar Airport (CLD) in Carlsbad is located 11 miles south of Oceanside offering access for private and corporate jets.
The Oceanside Municipal Airport is located less than 3 miles from downtown Oceanside and serves as a general aviation airport featuring a dual runway and fuel services.
The city can also be reached by rail via the Oceanside Transit Center, located in downtown Oceanside.
The Transit Center is a hub of activity with daily stops from Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner servicing cities between Santa Barbara and Oceanside and the Metrolink serving Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino, and Riverside.
Additional regional transportation options are provided by the North County Transit District (NCTD). Rail services include the Coaster, traveling north/south between Oceanside and downtown San Diego, in addition to the Sprinter, which runs east/west between Oceanside and Escondido.
Oceanside is easily accessed by car, most popularly from Interstate 5 and the Historic Highway 101.
Other major highways running through the city include CA-76 and CA-78.