Enjoying San diego/Mission Bay
San Diego's Water Wonderland.
Cool breezes, tranquil waters and soft sand beaches attract recreational enthusiasts to the Mission Bay area throughout the year.
Located just minutes from downtown San Diego, Mission Bay Park is the largest park of its kind in the world. The 4,600-acre aquatic playground is surrounded by 27 miles of meandering shoreline, with a variety of waterways, inlets and islets to explore. Enjoy water sports activities of many kinds, from laid-back sailing outings to action-packed kite surfing, there’s something for every age and skill-level to enjoy in the water. On land, families can picnic, barbecue or celebrate with bonfires right next to the water.
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Looking to stay in Mission Bay? Try one of these local spots:
Red Marlin (in the Hyatt)
Spring in San Diego averages 65 degrees Fahrenheit, with lows in the mid-50s F. We recommend wearing layered clothing to accommodate the difference in temperature from the air-conditioned Conference venue and bringing a jacket for cooler evenings.