Mission Beach Boardwalk is so Much Fun
Take a classic walk on San Diego’s lively oceanfront boardwalk and have an experience of a lifetime. At the Mission Beach, you come face to face with an amusement park that features the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster, miniature golf, and bumper cars. Also, enjoy other roller coaster rides and play games at Belmont Park.
Mission Beach Boardwalk is three and a half miles long and it runs all the way from the North Pacific Beach down to the South Mission Beach. With rides on bikes, rollerblades, and skateboards, it is a place for leisure, fun, and fulfillment. Choose to walk around and enjoy scenic views of the sea.
Palisades Park is Fun
Begin your day at a cliffside park overlooking the North Pacific beach about 75 feet under. Enjoy panoramic views of the sea and have an adventure warming up on the green lawn at the coast from this residential neighborhood. Take a walk around the park.
The Crystal Pier
You cannot resist the temptation of walking over the water. The 872-foot-long wooden Crystal Pier gives you the opportunity to walk from end to end to enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean. Here, you can catch spotfin, corbina, and yellowfin croaker with your own fishing line. Need a bite? Several options are within the proximity of the pier.
Shop and Eat Cheap
Head to the south of Boardwalk and numerous beachside souvenir shops, burger stands, sit-down seafood restaurants, and casual bars would draw you in. Take advantage of the inexpensive eats that these lively Pacific Beach stretches offer. This area also features occasional street performers and public art installations.
See Belmont Park
Belmont Park is jewel and center of action for Boardwalk. It is full of fun and gives a smile to every kid no matter the age. Dating back to 1925, the historic amusement park is located about one and a half miles from the Pacific Beach end and features a wide range of attractions. Get their unlimited ride wristband to enjoy all of these:
- The wooden Giant Dipper Roller Coaster
- Liberty Carousel
- Vertical Plunge
- Beach Blaster
- Mini Golf at Tiki Town
- Escapology escape room
- Arcade with both classic and new games.
- Three-level Lazerblast arena (it is TRON-themed)
Also, check out on the several dining and snacking options that are available all over the park to ensure you are fueled for the day at the park. The establishments offer everything from full-course meals to grab-n-go midway treats.
Towards the End of the South Mission Beach
Separate yourself from groups of tourists to take a pleasant stroll with locals on this side of Boardwalk. It’s peaceful and fun to be here. Find grassy picnic areas, warm sands to recline on, and play beach volleyball. Let the cape and jetty of Point Medanos greet you. Also, do good timing to watch the breathtaking sunset.
Meet Dr. Eshom for All Your Dental Needs
Dental problems can rob you of broad smiles on your Boardwalk trip. David Eshom, DDS office is located some 16 minutes-drive from your destination. With 20 years of experience, Dr. David can solve all your dental issues before you take a bus to the destination. Book an appointment today.
Directions to Mission Beach Boardwalk
Get on I-5 S from University Center Ln
3 min (0.7 mi)
Follow I-5 S to Sea World Dr/Tecolote Rd. Take exit 21 from I-5 S
7 min (7.1 mi)
Continue on Sea World Dr to your destination
8 min (3.5 mi)
You arrived at Mission Beach Boardwalk
- Dave Eshom
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