Belmont Park

Theme Park, Water Park, Arcade
3146 Mission Blvd (Pirate Cove)
San Diego, CA 92109
(858) 228-9283
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 9:00pm


  • Fun family place, but find a deal online for kids ride bracelets to save big $$$. Also fun to have lunch on the beach!
  • Are you checking out the Roller Coaster or the Boardwalk? Enjoy your day at the beach and then head Downtown to eat dinner at House of Blues San Diego or catch an awesome show!
  • Print a discount coupon for the park at
  • Very small park...not much more than 1-2 hours max of stuff to do.
  • Beachfront amusement center with rides, indoor children's play center, and attractions such as The Giant Dipper Roller Coaster & The Wave House. A great spot out for the whole family
  • For an amusement park w/ hordes of daily visitors, I was flabbergasted at how clean and well kept the bathrooms are. Theyre located right under the endpoint of the zip line. Enter w/ confidence.
  • Pretty old park with a few attractions. Nice shop for touristy gifts. There is a great bar in the area too sponsored by Chive.
  • Situated in Mission Beach and offers free parking and free park admission.
  • Nothing better than going late night to the arcade
  • Executive editor Megan Carpentier says: Ride the Giant Dipper roller coaster, which opened in 1925, closed in 1976 and re-opened in 1990 -- but be aware that it's not as smooth as modern coasters,
  • I'm from Arizona and come here every year.look for the gumby suit.I'm in it :-)
  • Come check out RUSH laser tag and arcade
  • It's a whole lot more fun when nobody is here! Try Wednesday 8-11 pm!
  • Did you know? The idea of John D. Spreckels, Belmont Park and the Giant Dipper wooden rollercoaster were built in 1925. Spreckels also built Spreckels Theatre and the organ pavilion in Balboa Park,
  • nurse a $5 canned beer at the wave house and watch people wipe-out.
  • We just stopped so the kids can get henna tattoos, but the artist wasn't there.
  • At the near-end of Mission Boulevard, you will find a historic park with games and rides for all ages. Stop by on Saturday or Sunday and enjoy live music at the Beach House on the boardwalk.
  • Rides dont work weekdays :( scooters on the beach are fun
  • Great place to go and hang out
  • The view while on the wooden rollercoaster of the ocean! Gorgeous. You pay per ride, so there is no park admission fee. :) If you want to walk the boardwalk after, go towards Pacific Beach--prettier.

Nearby places

3141 Ocean Front Walk
3146 Mission Blvd (at Belmont Park)
2688 E Mission Bay Dr