Waterfront Park, San Diego
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Waterfront Park, San Diego - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA 92101
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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This large park surrounds the San Diego County Administration Center. It is really family friendly, with lots of picnicking spots, and sprinkler water art and splash pools where kids can enjoy getting thoroughly soaked. Opened with grand fanfare in 2012, the park is really popular with the locals. The playground is huge. And just check out the terrific view of the ocean. There is a large sculpture known as the Guardian of Water statue.
Waterfront Park Opening and Closing Hours
- North and South Fountain Jet Hours: 11:00am - 7:00pm, daily
- North and South Fountain Reflecting Pool Hours: 10:30am – 7:00pm, daily
How To reach Waterfront Park by Public Transport
- Train Green Line and Bus 83 stop County Center/Little Italy Stn.
- Buses 280 and 290, 923 and 992 stop N Harbor Dr & Ash St.
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A truly wonderful park for all! Great gardens, beautiful and playful fountains, intriguing playground equipment, wide lawns and more. Plenty of benches for people watching time and gorgeous views of the harbor. The security team does an excellent job and I always feel safe here. It is special to spend some time a the Peace Officers Memorial and be grateful for all of the officers who serve our community.
It's on the waterfront. ..so parking is not too bad. What a wonderful place to visit, have a nice afternoon with a special person or even the kids. The kids lay area is huge, soft and very large. Shade is a challenge but overall, it is a very nice place.
I came here for a tactical festival. It is amazing, you have a front side view of the San Diego bay looking out to the Coronado Island. Although i am not a local anymore. My wife and I used to take walks around here. I recommend Little Italy as well, which is around a 5 min. drive. Little Italy is a great place to take a date or grab a cup of coffee and absorb the scenery.
Love bringing my Boys here to play in the water. The slides tend to get too hot to ride most mid afternoons. The park is always clean, restrooms are always clean . Has family bathrooms for people with children. Always has security keeping an eye out and keeping kids off the water jets which helps them play safe without incident.
Took my tot for the first time this past heat wave, and she ejoyed every second. Water shoes for the little ones a plus to help protect those toes from the stones under the water. Area was perfect for a little picnic and play after a little splash.
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