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Biking Mission Bay – Bike Route and Highlights

This post is about biking Mission Bay! I recently biked Mission Bay Park to soak in the ocean and residential views of San Diego. Mission Bay is famous for the jet skis and boats you’ll see along the beach. It also has grass to relax on, beaches, docks, and a walk/bike path.

Mission Bay Overview

Mission Bay Park Jet Skis

Mission Bay Park is the largest aquatic park in the country. It consists of over 4,235 acres in roughly equal parts land and water. Mission Bay boasts 27 miles of shoreline, 19 of which are sandy beaches with eight locations designated as official swimming areas.

If you need to rent a bike, there are plenty of options nearby that specialize in renting bikes to tourists.

Mission Bay Rental Bike Shop List

Bike Route

The path for biking Mission Bay is approximately 8 miles. There is an option to make it longer by heading towards Mission Beach on the left of the map.

Google Maps Bike Route Path Mission Bay Park

Google Map Route

Here’s my Strava ride:

Strava Bike Ride: Mission Bay Park

Strava Ride link

Highlights from the bike ride

Bike next to mission bay park dock

You’ll see small docks all along Mission Bay to hop on jet skis or boats.

Bike path along mission bay park

As you navigate along Mission Bay Park, you will have the option to bike on the street or on the bike path. If you are aiming for speed, it is recommended that you bike on the road.

Group of jet skis near mission bay park. Seaworld in the background.

Here are some of the famous jet skis in action!

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2 thoughts on “Biking Mission Bay – Bike Route and Highlights”

  1. Hi! We are staying at Campland on the Bay and wanted to ride our bikes to Sea World. This is a great rundown of that path! I have a question, though… across the bridge (Ingraham Street), is it an open path to the street, or is it a closed path? We are going with kids 9 & 11. Thank you!!

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