1st Annual Tom Moore Invitational Soccer Tournament

Schedule by Site and Day: 

Friday

Stevenson, Field 1 (Upper)

Noon: Gonzales vs Cindy Avitia

1:30: Stevenson vs RSJ

4:00: Gonzales vs. Stevenson

Stevenson, Field 2 (Lower)

Noon: Seaside vs PGHS

2:00: Everett Alvarez vs LCHS

4:00: PGHS vs Cindy Avitia

Cutino Park (Seaside)

4:00: KIPP vs Monterey HS

6:00: Seaside vs Laguna Creek

8:00: Everett Alvarez vs.

Monterey

Salinas High School

3:00: Salinas vs Palma

5:00: Valley vs RSJ

6:30: Salinas vs Greenfield

8:00: Valley vs Palma

Carmel High School

Noon: Carmel vs KIPP

3:00: Carmel vs Greenfield

Saturday

Stevenson, Field 1 (Upper)

10:00: KIPP vs Stevenson

Noon: PGHS vs LCHS

2:00: Cindy Avitia vs Stevo

4:00: LCHS vs Monterey

Stevenson, Field 2 (Lower)

10:00: Seaside vs Monterey

1:00 KIPP vs Gonzales

4:00: PGHS vs Everett Alvarez

Salinas High School

10:00: Salinas vs Valley

Noon: Greenfield vs Palma

2:00: Salinas vs RSJ

4:00: Greenfield vs Valley

6:00: RSJ vs Palma

Carmel High School

11:00: Carmel vs Cindy Avitia

1:00: Seaside vs Everett Alvarez

3:30: Carmel vs Gonzales

 

Welcome to Monterey!

Every mom and dad wants to create an idyllic family vacation that the whole family will happily remember. But with the daily pressures of work, school and afterschool activities, it can be hard to find the time to plan an excursion everyone will love. This family itinerary is tailor-made for perfect family-bonding moments and adventures that will live forever in family lore. Take advantage of our Family Friendly Monterey County Itinerary below to maximize your visit! 

Day 1

You have arrived! Now that you've settled into our beautiful destination, get out and challenge yourself to grab life by the moments and make the most of your Monterey getaway!

7:00pm

Head over to Old Monterey for dinner at Rosine's Restaurant. Family-run and family-focused, Rosine's ensures that children and adults can have a wonderful dining experience together.

Day 2

8:30am

Take a morning stroll down Cannery Row to Tidal Coffee, a perfect spot for morning pastries and coffee. Sit at an outside table with a view of both the bike path and the ocean, and divide your time between people watching and wildlife watching.

9:30am

Follow the Recreation Trail back the way you came, and it will bring you to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Get a different perspective on marine life at the Aquarium's amazing exhibits, and learn all about the creatures that live there from the people who take care of them.

11:30am

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. is a favorite among both children and adults, and is in a perfect location right in the middle of Cannery Row. Enjoy the seafood while you soak up the great ocean views.

1:00pm

After a morning of looking at the denizens of the ocean through glass, it's time to meet them on their own turf. Board a whale watching trip out to the open ocean to view orcas, dolphins, humpback whales and (depending on the season) blue or gray whales. Don't forget to read our whale watching guide before you depart for tips on what to wear and what to bring!

3:00pm

Shake off those sea legs and venture over to MY Museum. Kids (and adults) of all ages will love running around interactive exhibits like "My Day at the Beach" and "My Creation Station." Afterwards, head over to nearby Dennis the Menace Park with all sorts of opportunities for outdoor play.

6:30pm

End your busy day by catching a relaxing sunset at Carmel Beach. Let the kids run off their last bit of energy while you soak in the sights and sounds of the white sand beach. 

Day 3

9:30am

Rent a surrey from Adventures by the Sea at Lovers Point, and pedal the coast as a team! Surreys are four-wheeled, pedal-powered vehicles that can carry up to six people. For a little less togetherness, you can each rent individual bikes and explore the Recreation Trail.

1:30pm

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! It's time to hop in a different four-wheeled vehicle - your car - for a ride out to the Monterey Zoo in the Salinas Valley before you head home. You won't just meet lions and tigers and bears but also elephants, kangaroos, porcupines and many more types of animals.

With so much to see and do, you may need a bit of help to make the most out of your stay in Monterey County! More itineraries can be found on our website here