Out & About—Mission Bay Park

Out & About

One of my favorite places in San Diego to go for a walk is Mission Bay Park.

San Diego's Mission Bay Park from the air

Mission Bay Park is the largest man-made water park in the nation, and the ninth largest municipally owned park. Interestingly, San Diego also has the largest municipally owned park: Balboa Park.

Following are a few pictures from my most recent walk in Mission Bay Park a few days ago. I was over near the skyscraper hotel at the left side of the picture above. The hotel, a Hilton, is in one of the pictures below, and the bridge pictures below are under the long bridge in the upper center of the picture near the hotel.

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Mission Bay Park, San Diego CA

Along with the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, I can highly recommend Mission Bay Park as a way to spend a day in San Diego.

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21 thoughts on “Out & About—Mission Bay Park

        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          Out of focus pictures, especially of wildlife, is why I decided to make Photographic Art out of my photos instead of trying to take the perfect picture. I figured the perfect picture was never going to happen. Would be fun, but there is such a thing as limited resources.

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  1. chattykerry

    It looks even more beautiful than I imagined. I was born in San Francisco and have visited much of northern California but recently found out that many of my Ortega ancestors lived in San Diego, some in the mission. Soon, I will visit and thank you for the tour!

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