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Belmont Park in San Diego, CA

3190 Mission BlvdSan Diego, CA 92109
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A beachfront amusement park in San Diego, Belmont Park offers entertainment, dining and shopping for the whole family to enjoy. Guests can explore the park’s many rides and attractions, including an arcade, a laser tag center, a zip line adventure, a rock wall, a miniature golf course, a FlowRider ride and more. Plus, there are a variety of cafes and shops throughout for even more family fun.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our San Diego Travel Experts
  • Parking is free.
  • Smoke-free park.
  • Open 24/7.
  • Located in Mission Bay area.
  • Historic oceanfront amusement park.
  • Combination of classic and modern rides.
  • Several oceanfront restaurants on-site.
  • Dole Whip on-site.


from Belmont Park
Belmont Park is San Diego’s only beachfront amusement and entertainment complex. Visitors can enjoy traditional and contemporary amusement park rides including the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster, ride the wave machines at WaveHouse, play laser tag, visit the arcade, climb the Sky Climb Rock Wall, enjoy a round of golf at Tiki Town Mini Golf, play midway style games, shop or enjoy a workout in the Athletic Club and historic Plunge pool. The Park also features a wide array of cuisine including oceanfront restaurants Draft, Wavehouse Beach Club, North Shore Cafe and Cannonball as well as quick service concepts Belmonty's Burgers, Hot Dog on a Stick and Dole Whip

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Sandi T
Mesa, Arizona
"Horrible experience, glad it was free with GoCity SanDiego Card."
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 28, 2017 NEW
I am shocked at the great reviews! My daughters wanted to visit Escapology. We arrived at the door. There was no one to greet us. After a few minutes another couple got in line behind us. Eventually a lady and a man came from the back and were doing something on the register. They never acknowledged us. They left again without any feedback like, "We will be with you in a moment." Nothing. The other couple left and we did after a few minutes. The rides were old and the lines were short, but the wait time was long because the attendants were not good at getting people on the rides in a timely manner. It was a "free for all" on some rides. We waited 45 minutes for our kids to ride the Octotron because only 8 out of 16 seats were working. The attendant was nice and trying to go as fast as he could. However, we go to Disneyland during off season times and never wait more than 20 minutes for top notch rides. Other rides were not working. Lasertag Maze was not functioning well. I can't imagine why people spend their money there. So glad it was free because even $1 would have been a waste.
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Lisa K
"Fun to kill a few hours"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 27, 2017 NEW
Was part of the go San Diego pass, fun place for kids, we also enjoyed the mini golf and zip line . Nice place to spend a few hours after playing at the beach.
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"Something to do"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 25, 2017 NEW
From the rickety roller coaster to the loud arcade. This place screams teen fantasy. The zip line and two other rides were close for maintenance when we got there, so they gave us a $10 arcade card each. I liked the laser tag experience and rock climbing. The Octotron line up was extremely frustrating. Each time the ride runs, 8/16 seats were not available! We Waite close to 1 hour, and that is with some people in front of us leaving. This place needs to be upgraded if they want to continue charging $54 per person for full access. Not really worth it. I'd say, check out what you want to do, how much time it will take and buy tickets accordingly.
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Walnut Creek, California
"Weekend visit"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 25, 2017 NEW
Great little park to visit with my little grandaughter. There are fun games and rides for the little ones. Also free parking! Although may take a minute or two to find a spot.
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Allison S
"Several attractions closed. "
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2017 NEW
Let me qualify....by teenage boys had a blast. But there were several rides closed and it was basically a glorified carnival. They still made the best of it and you can't beat the Mission Beach atmosphere.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Belmont Park

Is the Belmont Park open 24 hours a day?
Belmont Park is always open. Check with individual businesses within the resort for specific hours of operation.

Where is Belmont Park located?
Located 1 mile west of Sea World in San Diego, Belmont Park can be found at 3146 Mission Blvd. in the heart of Mission Beach. The closest international airport is in San Diego, with bus and shuttle services available. 
Do I have to pay to park?No. Surrounding Belmont Park are four free, public lots that are available to guests and beach goers alike.  These are the recommended parking areas for Belmont guests.

Is smoking allowed in Belmont Park?
For the comfort and safety of all of our guests, Belmont Park is a smoke free environment. Smoking of any kind is not permitted in Belmont Park, including the common areas of the park and all outdoor restaurants and bars on the property.
Are pets allowed at the Park?
Animals needed to assist guests (such as guide and service dogs) are welcome at Belmont Park. Other pets, however, are not permitted.