Around the block
Mission Beach is located south of Pacific Beach Drive and stretches to the entrance of the basins at Mission Point Park. This classic boardwalk beach is built on a sandbar and offers two miles of coastline, a nostalgia-infused Belmont Park complete with an old-school roller coaster, arcade games, rock climbing, and more, and a diverse neighborhood of eclectic 1940s beachfront bungalows, single-family homes, and condominiums.
The neighborhood lines Mission Bay, the premier destination in San Diego for water activities for the whole family. With plenty of things to do along the beach and the bay, living in the Mission Beach neighborhood offers an abundance of opportunities to experience classic Southern California culture.
As a sub-neighborhood of Pacific Beach, Mission Beach is the ideal place to live for beach bums, surfers, and those who dream of waterfront views, pastel sunsets, and a short commute to the beach. Relax by the water, take up a sailing lesson, enjoy a night out with friends at one of the many funky/chic bars, or take the family to SeaWorld San Diego for the day — possibilities are endless in the laid-back, sunny neighborhood of Mission Beach.
What we love about Mission Beach
- The youthful spirit of Belmont Park. Nestled along the water, the old-school amusement park is bursting with rides and arcade games, featuring the famous Giant Dipper Roller Coaster, a National Historic Landmark. Offering the best of beachfront fun in San Diego, Belmont Park is the perfect family-friendly spot for awesome coastal views and incredible dining options.
- The walkable neighborhood. Everything you could want or need is within walking distance in Mission Bay; with endless days of perfect weather and sunshine, it’s easy to spend an entire day outdoors walking from home to restaurants and shops and the beach!
- The boardwalk itself is an iconic feature of Mission Beach, as it stretches for 3.5 miles through the community. The concrete boardwalk, also known as “Oceanfront Boardwalk,” is great for rollerblading, people-watching, and catching some sun.
- Incredible eats at the iconic breakfast and lunch restaurant, The Mission, a Mission Beach staple since 1997. Try the classic pancakes or breakfast burrito!
- The unlimited opportunities to explore the ocean. From scuba diving in Wreck Alley to surfing and sailing lessons and educational trips to SeaWorld, Mission Beach has something for everyone when it comes to water sports and marine education.
- The views. It truly doesn’t get much better than waking up to the most beautiful sunrises on the West Coast. The breathtaking views along Mission Beach are sure to inspire and uplift residents and tourists alike; the laid-back atmosphere encourages intentional living and a greater appreciation for a life well spent by the beach.
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