Port of San Diego public parks
The Port of San Diego manages 20 parks featuring lavish open space that feature stunning views of the San Diego Bay. Each carefully maintained facility offers amenities, landscaping, and parking.
For the pleasure of walkers, joggers, bicyclists and skaters, the Port of San Diego has created miles of pathways that weave throughout the parks along the water's edge. For anglers, fishing piers are found in five locations. The parks are also ideal for hosting corporate events, weddings or reunions.
So relax, enjoy and come out and play on the waterfront in one of the lovely parks of the Port of San Diego.
To find out more information about a park, select one from the menu on the left or see list below.
As of November 1, 2012, the playground equipment has been removed from Spanish Landing Park. Our inspection program revealed that the playground equipment had reached the end of its useful life. It will be replaced consistent with funding availability. The Port is working on getting it replaced and will update the public on the project. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
- Cesar Chavez Park
- Chula Vista Bayfront Park
- Chula Vista Bayside Park
- Chula Vista Marina View Park
- Coronado Landing Park
- Coronado Tidelands Park
- Dunes Park
- Embarcadero Marina Park North
- Embarcadero Marina Park South
- Fifth Avenue Landing Park
- Grand Caribe Shoreline Park
- Harbor Island Park
- Pepper Park
- Point Loma Marina Park
- Portwood Pier Plaza
- Ruocco Park
- San Diego Bayfront Park
- Shelter Island Shoreline Park
- Spanish Landing Park
- Tuna Harbor Park
Apply for a Park Permit
All parks require an event permit for groups of 25 or more, except for Portwood Pier Plaza, Grand Caribe Shoreline Park and Coronado Landing Park where group events are not permitted.
Permit Applications are available in download box at the right. NOTE: Be sure to submit all pages of the application. Permit requests will not be accepted if received later than 30 days prior to your event date.