Spanish Landing Park

An historical landmark, the site commemorates the 1769 meeting of the Gaspar DePortola and Father Junípero Serra expeditions. The park features a pedestrian path, bike route, picnic tables, benches and the Callaway Carillon bell tower.


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!

  • Spanish Landing Park East is located at 3900 N. Harbor Drive.
  • Spanish Landing Park West is 4300 N. Harbor Drive.

Special Events Permitted: Yes
Maximum Occupancy for Events: 1,000
Weddings/Receptions: Yes
Location: West Basin at North Harbor Drive
: 6:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Map: icon Spanish Landing Park Map (69.91 kB)

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  Arbors   Exercise Stations   Play Equipment
check-mark.gif Bike Parking   Fire Rings check-mark.gif Public Art
check-mark.gif Bike Paths   Fishing Pier check-mark.gif Restrooms
  Boat Launch   Gazebo check-mark.gif Sand Beach
  Concessions check-mark.gif Picnic Tables check-mark.gif Telephones

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