Mission Beach Boardwalk

The Mission Beach Boardwalk is classic California with plenty of things to do and great views around every turn. With San Diego’s famous weather, there’s never a bad time to visit the boardwalk along Mission Beach. The white-sand beach along the Pacific stretches for two miles with the San Diego River in one direction to the south and the Pacific Ocean to the north. The boardwalk rims the beach connecting Mission Beach with Pacific Beach. There is also boardwalk along the Bay side of the community. 

The list of things to do along the Mission Beach boardwalk is as long as your imagination. If you’re the type who thinks a stroll along the beach is the best, you’ll be right in your element. The boardwalk is wheelchair-accessible, so everyone is able to use the pier.

If you’re more into adventure, it’s easy to find here. Rental shops at the between the boardwalk and West Mission Bay Drive can equip you with everything you need for fun on and off the water. Any time of day, you’re likely to see bicycles and rollerbladers enjoying the boardwalk. It’s also the gateway to watersports—Mission Beach is known for its kayaking and surfing as much as its beach volleyball.

Belmont Park brings the fun of East Coast boardwalks to Southern California and the Mission Beach Boardwalk. The family-friendly amusement park offers free parking and free admission to go along with its fun in the sun, all 1 mile away from SeaWorld. Some visitors will head towards the roller coasters and other rides first, while others will be drawn to the arcade games, shops or the good food. Belmont Park has even more to do with the swimming pool and surf machine. If you’d prefer to stay out of the water, there’s also laser tag and ropes course. A host of ticket packages are available, so you don’t have to pay a lot for rides that you don’t want to enjoy.

Away from Belmot Park, the Mission Beach Boardwalk is a popular gathering place once the sun goes downs. Its restaurants and bars are popular gathering places to enjoy the San Diego night lights and the ocean breezes. But really, any time of day is a great time to visit Mission Beach and its boardwalk.

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