Mission Beach CA is a festive neighborhood of San Diego. The community is located on a sandbar with Mission Bay to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Mission Beach has an approximate population of about 50,000. Much of the population of the city can be found a little further to the north of the main boardwalk area.
Mission Boulevard and the Mission Beach boardwalk are both popular features in the community. The area is about three miles in length.
The Santa Clara Recreation Center is in the central eastern area of Mission Beach. The center is home to a baseball field and a few tennis courts. A dock is included for boating purposes. The Mission Bay Aquatic Center is on the southern part of the center and features an indoor pool among other features.
SeaWorld San Diego is around the eastern end of Mission Beach. The park is home to many aquatic exhibits featuring marine life from around the world. The whale shows are among the most recognizable features at the park. A marina is at the northwestern part of the park and has room for boats that can sail around the coves in the area as well as the ocean.
Mission Beach CA was established as a neighborhood of San Diego in the early twentieth century. The Belmont Park amusement area opened in the 1920s with the Giant Dipper coaster being among the features of the park. The area grew around the same time thanks to a wooden bridge linking Mission Beach to Ocean Beach.
Belmont Park is a unique attraction in the community. The park is home to various attractions for the family, including the Giant Dipper roller coaster alongside other smaller rides, an arcade space, and a dining area.
The southern end of Mission Beach is home to the Point Medanos pier. The Mission Point Park stretches out to the southeastern corner of the beach.
The Bonita, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Coves are to the east. The Bahia Resort and Ventura Cove Park are both features found around this end of the city.
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