H2-Woah! Watery Ways To Have Fun & Things To Do In Mission Bay
While Paradise Point has all the ingredients for the ultimate spring break or summer vacation in San Diego, one particular essential element can be found in abundance around our island: H2O! Whether you prefer being on or in it, salt or fresh, still and serene or full of waves and wake, there are endless ways to experience the water when you stay at our Mission Bay resort located in the heart of a wet 4000-acre wonderland.
Add these aquatic activities to you vacation to-do list and you’ll discover the recipe for family vacation fun is simple: just add water!
Lagoons: Feed the fish, leopard sharks, ducks, and herons residing in the tranquil lagoons that wind throughout our lush 44-acre grounds.
Pools: Make a splash in one of 5 swimming pools or 6 hot tubs conveniently scattered across the island, featuring waterfalls, fire pits, and an adults only option.
Water Taxi: Enjoy the sights of Mission Bay during the 15-minute cruise to local beaches or SeaWorld, where you'll bypass the crowds and enter through an exclusive back gate.
Scenic Bay Cruise: Witness sea lions, pelicans, and other sea life in their natural habitat and gaze at picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean and the striking downtown San Diego skyline on a 60-minute Mission Bay boat tour.
Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP): Propel your way through the bay or Pacific Ocean on a large surfboard-like apparatus using a single paddle for a fun Mission Bay watersport activity or workout.
Surf & Watersport Camp: Take surf lessons or learn how to wakeboard in San Diego at the Paradise Surf Academy’s watersports camps on Mission Bay and Mission Beach.
SeaWorld: Get wet on wild rides, touch and feed turtles and rays, and experience thrilling shows starring dolphins, penguins, and Shamu at the famous marine park located next door to Paradise Point.
Jet Skis: High-speed thrills can be had in the Ski Beach and Fiesta Island areas of Mission Bay when you rent a three-person jet ski from the Paradise Point marina.
Beach: Lounge in the sand and sun on gentle Paradise Cove, explore the island’s mile-long sandy shoreline and when the sun sets, make s’mores on one of 15 beach bonfire pits located along the water.
Whether you seek exhilaration or relaxation, Paradise Point’s watery world offers plenty of things to do in Mission Bay. Which of these aquatic activities do you want to dive into first?