Welcome to Bay Park
Bay Park is a picturesque residential community located along the eastern shore of Mission Bay. Its quiet streets offer breathtaking bayfront views, along with the convenience of being located along Interstate 5 and surrounded by inviting locally-run shops and restaurants.
Bay Park real estate includes a mix of charming older homes and attractive modern residences. Many one-story single-family properties are refurbished mid-century houses. Larger single-family homes include breathtaking examples of contemporary architecture, with huge windows and exquisitely designed outdoor space that provides panoramic views over Mission Bay. There are also stylish condominium complexes, some of which feature private pools.
What to Love
- The eclectic mix of homes
- Laid-back vibe
- Mission Bay
People & Lifestyle
Bay Park has a relaxed suburban vibe while also featuring great shops and restaurants. Families are drawn to the area due to the community vibe and excellent local schools. The sprawling aquatic park of Mission Bay extends over 4,235 acres at Bay Park’s eastern edge, placing SeaWorld and attractive viewpoints within easy reach. A trolley stop to Bay Park’s south and its proximity to Interstate 5 also makes it a convenient spot for commuting to other areas near San Diego.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
West Morena Boulevard in Bay Park’s Restaurant Row, with a great selection of international eateries. Dine on delicious pasta, pizzas, and seafood dishes at Sardina’s Italian Restaurant & Bar
, or head to the industrial-chic Luce Bar & Kitchen
for gourmet American pub eats and an extensive selection of wine, beer, and cocktails.
More upscale restaurants can be found in the streets running off Morena Boulevard, with Bay Park Coffee
on Napier Street providing a zen-like place to enjoy a wide selection of tea and coffee-based beverages. Bay Park Fish Co.
on Ashton Avenue claims to offer the freshest seafood in San Diego, and Siesel’s Old Fashioned Meats
(also on Ashton Street) features a full-service gourmet deli and an exceptional meat selection.
Other shopping and dining hotspots include the Claremont Village shopping center, which features specialty retailers, and authentic Sicilian cooking that utilizes farm-fresh seasonal vegetables and organic produce at Farmer’s Table Bay Park
Things to Do
is the largest wetland recreation in the world. Here you can engage in water-based activities of all kinds, including sailing, fishing, paddle-boarding, jet-skiing, moonlit cruises, and more. Mission Beach
is located at the westernmost point where Mission Bay meets the Pacific Ocean. This is one of the liveliest oceanfronts stretches in the world, with clubs, bars, and restaurants lining its three-mile boardwalk and its sandy beach being a great place to surf, sunbathe, or play volleyball.
Mission Bay is also home to SeaWorld San Diego.
This world-famous theme park’s attractions include dolphin and orca shows, thrilling rollercoasters and other rides, and three aquariums featuring a comprehensive collection of freshwater and saltwater creatures.
Bay Park is zoned to the San Diego Unified School District. Highlights include:
- Bay Park Elementary School, K-5, Public
- Dewey Elementary School, K-4, Public
- Longfellow Elementary School, K-8, Public (Magnet)
- Old Town Academy, K-8, Charter