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Enjoy San Diego’s biggest water sports hub with your family and friends. Every year a host of tourists flock to Mission Bay for its nearly white sand beaches, exciting water sports and numerous parks with long walking paths. This is also a great place for whale watching, fun and unusual boating experiences and exciting seaside entertainment! And, to fuel your trip, Mission Bay has plenty of restaurants serving up fresh, sustainable seafood and other favorites. Most of the rentals are strategically located right along Mission Beach Boardwalk and near attractions like Belmont Park.Beautiful modern rentals for everyone
These rentals are ready to impress with stuccoed walls and stylish interior. These accommodations are great for families, couples and large groups. Some can accommodate 16 people or more! Travelers can find rentals with a pool, jacuzzi, TV, large kitchen and workspace for remote workers. There are plenty of pet friendly options as well for visitors hoping to bring their beloved pets to the famed dog beaches of Mission Bay. So, whether you’re itching to cook up a homemade meal during your trip, or just want to kick back and relax on the deck, these rentals make your ideal vacation possible!
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The area and getting around
Mission Bay is the type of place where you can find walking trails along boardwalks, recreational parks and biking paths all around. There really is something for everyone. On Fiesta Island dogs run free. Mission Bay Bike Path offers a relaxing cycling detour around the area. De Anza Cove Park, towards the northeast, has a lifeguard beach as well as a picnic area and is a popular local hangout for flying kites and playing volleyball. Be sure to also check out the different beaches along Mission Bay’s 19 miles of sandy shoreline.Plenty of unique activities to try!
This fun San Diego destination is full of fun activities for visitors of any age to enjoy. Famous for being the place where Tiger Woods won his Junior World Title, the Mission Bay Golf Course offers great practicing greens and features the only nighttime golf in San Diego. Divers will have a once in a lifetime opportunity to dive in a kelp forest, which is a breathtaking experience. Another bucket-list activity to try is sailing. Travelers can take sailing classes at the Mission Bay Sportcenter and sail the bay!
Travelers and activities
Mission Beach is the place to go to learn how to surf. Beginners can take lessons at Surfari Surf School. Mission Beach is also one of the best places in San Diego to rent water sports equipment for a host of activities like wake surfing, standup paddleboarding and kite surfing. For something different, try chartering an electric boat with Duffy of San Diego to explore Mission Bay in style and sans the noise. Alternatively, travelers can have a more robust boating experience with San Diego’s strong rowing community. Rowing beginners can find lessons and equipment at the Mission Bay Aquatic Center.Mission Beach for Entertainment seekers
Entertainment seekers need look no further than Belmont Park. This Mission Beach seaside amusement park has rides that visitors of all ages can enjoy. The Giant Dipper, built in 1925 and the second-oldest thrill ride in the nation, is the historic centerpiece of the park. Belmont Park has other fun activities like the Coconut Climb, Sky Ropes Adventure course, ziplining, laser tag and much more! Mission Beach and Pacific Beach are where you’ll find the bulk of the cafés, beach bars and nightclubs along the boardwalk. And, Mission Bay Aquatic Park will introduce you to nearly every water oriented activity imaginable.
Mission Bay is probably most well-known for being the largest aquatic park and man-made marine bay in the United States.
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One of San Diego’s biggest attractions is located right on the oceanfront of Mission Bay. Visitors come every year for its renowned sea animal shows, thrill rides, incredible interactive programs and more! It’s the perfect place to take the whole family.2. Spend a day in Balboa Park
Every visitor to San Diego County should try to make a time for Balboa Park. This amazing park is where you’ll find attractions like the San Diego Zoo, 15 incredible museums and many visual and performing arts venues. Nearly all the city’s highlights in a nutshell!3. See all of Mission Bay on a hot tub cruise
Mission Bay is full of fun activities, but the one that stands out the most is probably the luxurious, temperature-adjustable hot tub cruise provided by Rhodes on Water. This tour company really knows how to help you indulge with amenities like deck seating, sound system, a grill and coolers!4. Go Whale watching
San Diego is known for being one of the best places in California to watch a whale migration. There are many sport fishing companies that offer tours to the best whale watching hotspots. This activity is high on the to-do list for a life-changing experience.5. Paddle out after dark
Every month Aqua Adventures hosts a 90-minute, Full Moon paddle tour of Mission Bay on kayak. If the conditions are right, you might see bioluminescent organisms glowing in the water as well as other nocturnal marine life. Another great way to explore the bay after dark is with “NightSUPS” (standup paddleboarding). These tours provide high-intensity LED lights that illuminate up to 40 feet around your board!