Mission Trails Regional Park
Expansive recreational area with trails 7,220-acre recreational park featuring 60-miles of trails, along with a lake for boating & camping.
Hidden gem in the heart of San Diego if you want to get away from traffic and get some great exercise, especially the west side of the park.
Home to the highest peak in San Diego county and a multitude of hiking trails. Go early before the crowds and the heat. Dogs may be restricted in the summer months. Bring water! Located 1.8 miles away or four minutes by car.
We know, we know—this is a list of road routes. But we couldn’t resist. Just take a short 10-mile drive northeast of downtown, and you’ll wind up in Mission Trails Regional Park—6,000 acres of mountain biking trails for nearly every type of rider and experience level. Split by the Fortuna Mountains,…
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“Hiking spot mostly up a mountain with a nice view of San Diego at the end. Make sure to put sunscreen on, & take water! ”
“We walk to the lake almost every day. Note that the trail does not go in a complete circle. If you go the end of the 4 mile trail you will have to turn around to get back. They rent boats, canoes, bikes etc in the park. If you fish you need a license.”