It’s often the only theme park on vacation or staycation itineraries. These travelers tend to stay nearby and look for things to do near SeaWorld San Diego.
People who come to San Diego with this theme park top of mind tend to stay at the Mission Bay resorts. It makes sense—they want to minimize drive time to the theme park.
You can even end a long day here because it’s free to enter and you don’t need to commit a lot of time to the experience. Belmont Park is a seaside amusement park adjacent to Mission Beach.
Here, you can sunbathe, play beach games, go swimming, or head out to surf (in designated areas). If you don’t have gear, don’t worry. You can rent chairs, umbrellas, boogie boards, and surf boards.
Our fantastic San Diego surfing schools can get you up riding waves within a single lesson, thanks to professional instructors, foam boards, and (usually) fantastic waves.
Some Mission Bay hotels and resorts have activity centers on-site where you can rent bikes. And, as mentioned earlier, you can rent them at Belmont Park.
Mission Bay is a humanmade aquatic water park that residents and visitors use for exercise and recreation. Popular water sports include stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, aquacycles, and sailing.