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Belmont Park is one of San Diego's premiere attractions and is located on the boardwalk in Mission Beach. With a rich history dating back to the early 1900's, the park has been a landmark for fun that can be enjoyed by both children and adults...
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If you are looking for a place that has it all, then Belmont Park is a great place to spend an afternoon. This classic amusement park is located on the beach but also features rides, food, and so much more, making it one of the best and most visited things to do in Mission Beach. The amusement park…
Rides, a historic roller coaster, cotton candy, the Plunge, and of course the beach.
On the shores of Mission Beach since 1925, Belmont Park is San Diego's ONLY beachfront amusement park and boardwalk. There's no admission for entry and parking is free- you just pay as you play. Take a ride back in history on the historic Giant Dipper Roller Coaster and enjoy other thrill rides,…
Belmont Park is an old style midway. It's a fun place to take a date for rides and amusement.
Fun for everyone in the family. Rollercoaster, rides, zip lines and great food!. What more do you need? Check out the Wave House and eat with an ocean and boardwalk view.
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