Fiesta Island, San Diego
Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
Mission Bay is a saltwater bay or lagoon located south of the Pacific Beach community of San Diego, California. The bay is part of the recreational Mission Bay Park, the largest man-made aquatic park in the country, consisting of 4235acre, approximately 46% land and 54% water. The combined area makes Mission Bay Park the ninth largest municipally-owned park in the United States.Wakeboarding, jet skiing, sailing, and camping are popular on the bay. With miles of light color sandy beaches and an equally long pedestrian path, it is equally suitable for cycling, jogging, roller skating and skateboarding, or sunbathing.Mission Bay Yacht Club, on the west side of the bay, conducts sailing races year-round in the bay and the nearby Pacific Ocean and has produced national sailing champions in many classes.Fiesta Island, a large peninsular park located within Mission Bay, is a popular location for charity walks and runs, bicycle races, time trials and other special events. It is also the home of the annual Over-the-line tournament.Arrange your visit to Fiesta Island and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Diego using our San Diego vacation builder.
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This is the most dog friendly place you will find in San Diego. There is ample parking in the sand by the fenced off section of the beach. Once you enter through the fenced area, the remainder of the ... read more »
Fiesta Island is located within Mission Bay Park. Dogs are allowed in all areas except for the Youth Campground. There is calm water and dunes to run around and play in. A great place for your 4 legge... read more »
It's pretty much dog heaven if your dogs like to play in the water. There's parking along the road just above the beach or you can drive down closer. (Watch out for the occasional jerks in trucks spee... read more »
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