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Mission Bay Park

599 Reviews

Mission Bay Park

599 Reviews
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2688 E Mission Bay Dr, San Diego, CA 92109-6802
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C F wrote a review Nov 2020
Fremont, California92 contributions13 helpful votes
Our family biked along the boardwalk and then around the bay today and it took us around 4 hours. It was a very pleasant ride, most trails were flat. Some part of the trail was a bit confusing to find but overall it was a good fun activity with teenagers.
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Date of experience: November 2020
TravelerCamper66 wrote a review Sep 2020
San Diego, California14 contributions6 helpful votes
Sadly, Mission Bay Park and Fiesta Island in San Diego have basically become homeless encampments. We visited there recently on a Saturday night, around 7pm, and were shocked to see such a beautiful area trashed. We did not feel comfortable getting out of our vehicle to take a walk as we did not see police or a security guard presence. There were many rundown RV’s and unhitched pull trailers parked in the lots and alongside the road, as well as tents and shelters setup all over the park. It was apparent that many people were also living in their cars. Trash littered the parking lots and dumpsters were running over, with garbage piled up beside them. It is hard to believe that San Diego would allow one of their local treasures to be taken over like this. The homeless folks living there get a great view of the bay, and enjoy the nice breeze, all for free. Meanwhile, San Diego taxpayers and tourists cannot really enjoy the once beautiful park.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Rahul Anand wrote a review Jul 2020
United States45 contributions10 helpful votes
Mission Bay Park is the largest aquatic park of its kind in the country, consist of over 4,235 acres in roughly equal parts of land and water. Last year when I had visited San Diego, got a golden chance the see mesmerizing sunset from this park. Perfect place for a walk, stroll, cycling, and don't miss the sunset
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Med wrote a review Mar 2020
San Diego, California6 contributions
Forget your troubles, walk the bay--rent a bike or a boat and enjoy the peaceful sunshine! Enjoy a picnic with friends and family!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Jean M. wrote a review Feb 2020
4 contributions
The temps were high 60's but it didn't deter the kids from building sand castles, running in the waves and enjoying lunch on the beach. The midway was fun as well and of course, lots of room for snacks!
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Date of experience: February 2020