Mission Beach is a community on a stretch of sandbar along the Pacific Ocean to the west and Mission Bay to the east in San Diego. The main artery through Mission Beach is Mission Boulevard, which is divided into South Mission, a peninsula, and North Mission. Mission Beach spans nearly two miles of ocean, with a Boardwalk on both the Ocean and Bay side, between Mission Bay to the east and Pacific Beach to the north.
What Makes Mission Beach Unique
- SeaWorld is a chain of marine mammal parks in the United States. The parks feature Orca, sea lion, and dolphin shows and zoological displays featuring various other marine animals.
- Giant Dipper Roller Coaster is a wooden roller coaster, built in 1925. The Giant Dipper is in Belmont Park, right on Mission Beach in San Diego. It is one of the only remaining coasters built by noted coaster builders Prior and Church on the West Coast
- The WaveHouse is a beachside bar-and-grill featuring an 8-foot tall barreling artificial wave called the Bruticus Maximus and a smaller flowrider.