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Bonita is nestled between the cities of Chula Vista, National City, and San Diego. It is a census-designated place in southern San Diego with a population of 12,538 as of the 2010 census.
Although Bonita is an unincorporated community, it is associated with the geography of the Lower Sweetwater Valley closely. The community crosses west of I-805 and reaches south and west as East H Street and Hilltop Drive. Bonita is bordered by State Route 54 in the north and extends to approximately one mile south of the river in the south. Bonita is also in between the Sweetwater Reservoir oo the east and I-805 in the west. As a result, Bonita occupies a five mile stretch of the Sweetwater River, and surrounding hills on each side.
The climate in Bonita has the characteristics of both the coastal and inland valley climates of San Diego County, and it is especially pleasant in summer. Bonita is warmer than areas of San Diego Bay or the coast and sunnier during the May Gray and June Gloom periods; while it is not as hot as inland valleys, such as El Cajon, or Spring Valley which is even more nearby. Bonita is considered a rural and equestrian enclave in the middle of suburbia. The most popular recreational life for visitors and residents is the walking trail which loops the Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course in Central Bonita. Many residents walk, run, and ride this trail every day, and the trail has always been a vital component of Bonita life for pleasure and fitness.
In the late 1990s, The Sweetwater Regional Park extended the walking and equestrian trails to an even greater number and created a camping area at Summit Meadow Road. The Sweetwater Regional Park was significantly improved at that time so that the entire valley from the reservoir to I-805 formally serves recreational purposes as either park or golf course nowadays. Besides, located at the intersection of Briarwood Road and Sweetwater Road, Sweetwater County Park is a wildlife preserve with a small pond for fishing.
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