Bay Park

Visitor Information

Started by a legislative act in 1929 to develop 11,000 feet of ocean front, Mission Bay Park was planned to be the center recreational attraction of Southern California. Among the planned projects were a refuge, feeding station, marine zoo, Naval annex, aquatic stadium and bay shore park area. Today the aquatic playground plays host to thousands of families in search of fun in the sun. Plans for continued dredging and a dream of connecting Mission Bay with San Diego Bay with a waterway are still discussed by civic leaders periodically.

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Bay Park Businesses

Abamex Auctions

San Diego, CA
  • Appraisers

Patrick Melese DVM, MA, DACVB

5610 Kearny Mesa Rd., Ste. A
San Diego, CA
  • Animal Behavior Expert
  • Animal Welfare
  • Veterinary Medicine
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Movie Theaters

4665 Clairemont Dr.
San Diego, CA, 92117

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

Upcoming Events

Breaking Through the Solcial Media Clutter

Fri, Oct 24
7:30am 9:30am
SDG&E Energy Innovation Center
San Diego
Breaking Though the Social Media Clutter is an AMA Signature Event featuring three successful social media marketing strategy and content experts who will share with you what it takes to get an edge in the competitive world of social media marketing. If you’re a business owner and feel your social media presence is lacking, (little to zero engagement and interaction with the content you’re posting), then this event is right for you!

Old Town Fall Festival

Sat, Oct 25
12:00pm 4:00pm
Old Town S.D. State Historic Park
San Diego
Fall crafts and children’s activities a la San Diego in the 1870s will be held from noon to 4 p.m. in the central plaza at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park at this year’s Fall Festival. Sponsored by Fiesta de Reyes, guests will enjoy hay rides and pumpkin painting at this annual event. Carved jack-o-lanterns will also be on display at many of the merchants in the park. Free to the public.

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Mon, Oct 27
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.

Global Business Strategy Certificate Program

Tue, Oct 28
6:00pm 9:00pm
USD, Ahlers center for International Business
San Diego
Take the next step towards advancing your global business career by earning the professional Certificate in Global Business Strategy. Expand beyond your current expertise and enroll in our comprehensive set of seminars to develop a system-wide approach to problem solving that will help you to develop global leadership competencies, distinguish yourself from your peers and become more marketable to future employers. Seminars integrate both practical techniques and academic research and are designed to incorporate tools and frameworks that can be immediately applied in the workplace. There are no required courses - you choose which seminars to enroll in, thus allowing you to maximize your learning and easily integrate this learning opportunity into your busy schedule.

Encoded Histories: Qais Al-Sindy and Doris Bittar

Tue, Oct 28
11:00am
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Artist Qais Al-Sindy immigrated to San Diego as a result of the Iraq war. In his installations, paintings and sculptures, he presents the human and social costs of this decade long war. Doris Bittar explores geo-historical shifts and the relationship between East and West. Her paintings incorporate decorative elements.
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