Spanish Landing Park is a long narrow grassy spread, with shade trees, picnic tables, a playground, sandy beach, waterfront walkways and bike paths on San Diego Bay inside the Harbor Island marina area. The park offers scenic views of the marina, hotels and boats. At the west end of the park is a small, sandy beach.
The bayside park is popular for large events, such as birthday parties and holiday gatherings.
Spanish Landing Park commemorates the meeting of the Gaspar DePortola and Father Junípero Serra expeditions in 1769, marked by a large plaque.
The park is connected to Cancer Survivors Park, a smaller, more quite park.
No glass bottles
Special Events Permitted: Yes
Maximum Occupancy for Events: 1,000
The park has large parking lots.