Harbor Island Park is a narrow strip of parkland located on a man-made peninsula, and sandwiched between the North San Diego Bay and Harbor Island Drive. What makes this park unique is it's stunning views of the San Diego city skyline, Coronado Bay Bridge, and all the activities happening on the dynamic waterfront. It's the pawfect place to pass through on your walk with Fido, go on a family outing, or simply people watch while enjoying a cool ocean breeze.
This park has plenty of free parking. In fact, due to the park's close proximity to the San Diego International Airport, people like to park here while waiting for friends and family to land. In the park, you can enjoy the open grassy spots, stretch out under the mature shade trees with your four-legged friend, and watch the boats passing by. Some park amenities include picnic tables and restrooms. If you've worked up an appetite while adventuring with your pup, you can grab a bite at one of the restaurants on the island and enjoy it in the park.
Another one of the main features of Harbor Island Park is the lovely shoreline path. It's used by joggers, bikers, and dog walkers too, of course. From here you can connect to the Spanish Landing Trail, just north of the park, and travel along the waterfront all the way to downtown if you desired. It's the ideal pathway for some fresh air and exercise for humans and canines alike. Since the shoreline path is multi-use, be sure to stay aware of your surroundings to avoid a collision with a fast moving cyclist.
Doggos are more than welcome to enjoy this park with their humans, and you're likely to encounter other furry friends here as well. Please be sure your pup stays leashed, picked up after at all times, and respectful to other humans and creatures. Bring any essentials for a furbulous day out, including water and clean-up bags.
Harbor Island Park is sure to put a wag in your dog's tail!