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Built on a sandbar between Mission Bay and the Pacific Ocean, Mission Beach is a celebrated part of the San Diego city. The area offers opportunities for participating in horseshoes, bicycling, Frisbee tossing, skateboarding, and most of all, sunbathing, among other types of outdoor activities.
What’s more, there are local skating shows performed on a routine basis in the community, featuring traditional skates, trick skating, and dancing on roller blades. Mission Beach is also a popular location for sports, such as basketball and beach volleyball, as there are courts available for both the sports in the area.
A considerable amount of residential structures were built in Mission Beach during the 1930s and 1940s. Some even date back to 1920s as well. The airplane bungalow on Manhattan Court, which is a rare one, was built as early as 1924. These were mainly summer cottages. However, most of the structures inside the community have undergone major redevelopments and are now two-story homes.
The average coolest month in Mission Beach is the same as San Diego, i.e. December. Apart from that, some of the other notable mentions for the weather are also the same as San Diego’s, for instance, August being the average warmest month and the highest temperature ever being recorded was 111°F in 1963. Furthermore, the maximum average precipitation takes place in January in Mission Beach.
Mission Beach expands almost two miles across the ocean front. On the north, it is bounded by the community of Pacific Beach, whereas the San Diego River and the Mission Bay Park bound it on the south and the east respectively. On both the bay and ocean sides of this community, there’s a boardwalk which runs all the way along the beaches. Mission Boulevard is the main artery through this community. Namely, it is divided into three areas, a peninsula, North Mission, and South Mission. The south end of this community features a jetty with a walk, parking, and grass which extends into the ocean.
Mission Beach offers numerous spots for shopping for all sorts of amenities. The primary area for shopping in Mission Beach is the Mission Boulevard where you will find a wide range of outlets. The following are the most notable ones of the pack:
Apart from the numerous shopping spots, there is also a vast variety of restaurants and other such spots in Mission Boulevard. All sorts of food from Mexican to Italian can be found in this lineup of restaurants. The ones that deserve a mention are listed as follows:
Mission Beach is home to a wide range of well-renowned bars. Most of the bars in this neighborhood are beach-style gathering areas and offer a relaxed ambiance. Some of the most popular areas include:
There are several institutions and schools offering quality education based in the communities of Pacific Beach and Mission Beach. Some of the most notable schools offering everything from surfing lessons to musical classes that are based in Mission Beach are as follows:
There are several attractions near Mission Beach, which include Mission Bay Park and SeaWorld. There is also a historic amusement park found here which is called the Belmont Park. This park is based in the South Mission Beach area. The park was originally constructed by John D. Spreckels as the Mission Beach Amusement Center in 1925. The main purpose of this park was the promotion of the electric railway and stimulation of real estate sales.
You can either take Interstate 8 or Interstate 5 depending on the part of the bay or beach you want to go to. If you take Interstate 8, you can go to the south end of the community (nearby SeaWorld San Diego), whereas the Interstate 5 will take you to Grand Avenues or Garnet. There’s also a place named Ingraham Street that runs through from north to south of Mission Bay Park. If you take south on this street, you will reach SeaWorld San Diego.
On the whole, Mission Beach sums up as one of the most exciting neighborhoods of San Diego. Given the fact that this community can mix it up with a relaxed ambiance and a thrilling, young atmosphere, it goes without saying that Mission Beach is one of the most ideal locations in all of California for a homeowner to seek living.
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