Del Mar is a resort and residential city 20 miles north of downtown San Diego. It is known for the Del Mar Race Track, which was built in the 1930's by Bing Crosby and a group of San Diego and Hollywood investors. The place "where the turf meets the surf" has thoroughbred horseracing every year from mid-July to early September. In Spanish, the name means "Of the Sea.)

According to the 2000 census, the Del Mar ZIP code, 92104, contains 13,938 residents. This includes, however, both Del Mar and some nearby areas outside the city.

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Del Mar Fairgrounds
Holds annual fair in June and July for San Diego County, as well as horse shows and other events. Facilities, events, and general information.
Del Mar Regional Chamber of Commerce
Information center, events calendar, links to businesses, and pictures of the city.
Del Mar Thoroughbred Club
Race track "where the turf meets the surf." Season, racing, and horsemen's information, plus contests, simulcasts, and chats.
Saint Peter's Episcopal Church
History and profile of the parish, with links to worship, fellowship and service. Includes location map, driving directions, and contact information.
Scream Zone
A haunted house event held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds during October. In season, site includes dates and times of events.
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