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Amazing Things to Do in Mission Bay San Diego, CA

Aishwarya Karwa Jul 3, 2019
A saltwater lagoon, Mission Bay is a part of San Diego’s largest man-made recreational aquatic park, Mission Bay Park. Explore this vibrant bay area with its swoon-worthy beaches, moonlit cruises, thrilling adventures and upscale boutique hotels.

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Bike your way to the top of Mount Soledad, starting from San Diego's Mission Bay!

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Prep yourself for an amazing fishing adventure at the Mission Bay. Anglers can find a plethora of fish species at Bahia Point, Sail Bay or Quivera Basin, on either an incoming tide or an outgoing one.

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Enjoy the intriguing aquatic animal shows at the popular attraction, SeaWorld and engross yourself in a fascinating undersea adventure.

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Soak up some sun and get a good tan while you relax under the beach shacks at Mission Beach. Visit the beach during the spring break for a great vacation.

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Learn water sports such as flyboarding, surfing, water skiing, kayaking, etc., at Mission Bay Aquatic Center, world's one of the largest instructional water sports facilities.
Aboard the Bahia Belle, a Mississippi-style sternwheeler with an observation deck at the top and explore the mesmerizing Mission Bay.

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Go camping at Campland on the Bay, light up the bonfire, fire roast s'mores and rejoice your vacation at Mission Bay.

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Why play alone when you can get your dog along? Head to Fiesta Island and let your dog free in the selected area, but make sure only paw prints are left behind.

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Don't forget visiting some major attractions near Mission Bay, La Jolla Cove and its dazzling blue waters are perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving, open sea swimming, etc.

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Stop by the most famed tourist attraction, the Balboa Park, a safe haven for San Diego's Flora and Fauna.