Featuring near, idylic weather and accessibility of varied terrain – beaches, ocean, lakes, canyons, mountain forests, deserts and bays – San Diego is also a sportsman’s paradise.
Whether teeing off at one of the county’s 92 world – class golf.
Courses, diving in ' Wreck Alley ' or bicycling along miles of challenging, picturesque bike paths, San Diego provides endless sporting options for guests to choose.
Following are some of the many exciting and unique San Diego offering that would appeal to any spectator or participatory sporting enthusiast.
Mission Bay Park is a city owned, 4,600 acre aquatic park, the largest of it’s kind in the world.
Twenty years of dredging and development, at the cost of nearly $60
Millions, created this water playground, where sailing,
swimming, power boating and fishing all
have separate designated public areas. What’s more, access to it’s 27 miles of shoreline is free, as is parking
Sandy beaches border grassy knolls in six public swimming areas, which are off limits to boats and include picnic facilities and restrooms.
Water-skiers have their own 1 ½ - mile straight course, and jet skiers are also allotted a special area free from boat traffic.
Guests can rent a sailboat, kayak, paddleboat, windsurfing equipment or water skiing speedboat, available with licensed driver.
Sailing and windsurfing lessons are also readily available at reasonable rates.
San Diego is a sportsman’s paradise