Walk down Mission Beach until you reach the Giant Dipper roller coaster. There, you've arrived at a historic amusement park from 1925. The Giant Dipper itself, made from wood and now ancient, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Other highlights of the park:
- The Plunge, an indoor swimming pool with a famous painting, Whaling Wall.
- The Liberty Carousel
- The Wave House Bar and Grill, which has two artificial waves.
- The Vertical Plunge
- Sky Ropes obstacle course
- Control Freak, a Moser Gyro Loop
- A video game Arcade
- Henna Heaven: Get a temporary tattoo.
- Laser Tag
There are several excellent restaurants at the park.
Belmont Park Travel Tips
- The park is one of the best places in the city to pick up beach wear and surf gear.
- Free parking south of the park.
Entrance Ticket Details For Belmont Park
- Unlimited Combo Pass: $54 for those 48″ and taller; $44 for those under 48″
- Unlimited One Day Ride Pass: $30 for those 48″ and taller; $20 for those under 48″
- Individual Rides: Tickets are $1 each, but each ride has a minimum ticket requirement between 3 and 6.
Belmont Park Hours
- Closing hours are highly variable. Check website for upcoming closing hours. Do the same for days the rides may be closed.
- Rides are closed during weekdays on winters.
How to Reach Belmont Park
- Bus 8 stop W Mission Bay Dr & Mission Bl.
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1.83% of people who visit San Diego include Belmont Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
54.55% of people start their Belmont Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Belmont Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Belmont Park