What’s there to do at South Mission Beach?

Many people are ending the summer months with a final trip to the beach–South Mission Beach, that is. There are numerous ways to entertain yourself and your family here without breaking the bank doing so.

Some of the main attractions in the South Mission Beach area include nearby amusement parks, such as the historic Belmont Park. It even has a wooden roller coaster that has been operating since 1925.

Also, South Mission Beach is home to countless restaurants, dining, and night life entertainment venues, so you’re sure to find something that will please everyone on your trip. The main attraction, of course, is the beach. Enjoy these last moments of summer with a visit to South Mission Beach before grabbing your sweaters and boots.

If you are looking for a great place to spend your South Mission Beach vacation, consider the beautiful and private beach town homes at South Mission Beach Condominiums. They are lovely, affordable, and on an excellent location.

Breath-taking attractions at South Mission Beach

Aside from providing an refreshing refuge from the fast-paced and often stressful activities of everyday life, there’s always something to look forward to once you arrive at the laid-back, yet exciting community of South Mission Beach in San Diego, California.

With a spectacular beachfront lined with quaint, turn of the century summer cottages dating back as early as the 1920s, one would find it hard to resist taking a walking tour of South Mission Beach, which also includes such old-world attractions as the famous 1920’s Airplane Bungalow found in Manhattan court.

Nearby is the renowned Belmont Park amusement center built in 1925 by John D. Spreckels, where you can get your adrenaline fix in the country’s premier wooden roller coaster ride, the Giant Dipper. Or if you’re in the mood for Hollywood nostalgia, you may want to swing by the Spanish Renaissance-inspired Mission Beach Plunge, designed by Frank Walter Stevenson, and previously frequented by legendary celebrities like Esther Williams and Johnny Weissmuller when it opened in May 1925. The Plunge, as it is commonly known, was also the setting for the 1986 blockbuster film Top Gun starring Tom Cruise.

Experience these many attractions, and get the rest and relaxation you need by visiting South Mission Beach. Reserve a town home located in the heart of South Mission Beach by calling (858) 488-7100 today.





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