Known for its vast open spaces, both large grassy areas and sandy beaches, it’s an outdoor wonderland that welcomes activity. Open to humans, horses, and dogs, there is much to do and explore.
You enter the island from the east and exit the island to the west. I’ll show you what to expect as you travel along this loop.
The entrance is on the east side of the island. This part is known for having beaches with calm waters that are great for families with small children.
Once you reach the center of Fiesta Island Park, you’ll find the famous Over-the-Line (OTL) fields in San Diego. This is also where the iconic Over-the-Line Tournament is hosted each year.
The west side of Fiesta Island Park is for the high-energy, adventurous, thrill-seeking watercraft and watersport enthusiasts.
You’ll take Interstate 5 and exit Sea World Drive. After exiting, head southwest to make a right on East Mission Bay Drive before finally making a left at Fiesta Island.
There is free parking throughout Fiesta Island Park. You can park anywhere along the road as you drive along the one-way loop.