For countless families, the Mission Trails Regional Park has become their favorite place to take a hike or just spend a day enjoying nature. But besides being fun for the kids, Mission Trails has so much more to offer. In fact, the park has some of the most popular trails, such as the Juniper trail and the Shi-Cho trail. Those two trails alone cover an area of nearly two square miles!

 

More than 8,000 acres of natural and man-made recreational areas make up Mission Trails Regional Park. San Diego as it existed before the arrival of Cabrillo in San Diego Bay in 1542 can be seen in its craggy hills, valleys, and open spaces. At just eight miles from downtown San Diego, Mission Trails Regional Park provides a fast, natural break from the city’s bustle. Browse around this site.

 

The City of San Diego Park System’s Mission Trails Regional Park has been dubbed its third jewel. This park, together with Balboa Park and Mission Bay Park, allows locals and visitors to San Diego to experience the city’s rich cultural, historical, and recreational heritage.

 

Mission Trails Regional Park, which opened in 1974, has grown to be one of the nation’s largest urban parks. In this park, the Old Mission Dam was erected to conserve water for the Mission San Diego de Alcala, which was originally used by the Kumeyaay people. 

 

Mission Trails Regional Park has something for everyone, with 60 miles of trails, a lake for boating, camping, and hiking, and a state-of-the-art Visitor and Interpretive Center.

 

The City of San Diego Park System’s Mission Trails Regional Park has been dubbed its third jewel. This park, together with Balboa Park and Mission Bay Park, allows locals and visitors to San Diego to experience the city’s rich cultural, historical, and recreational heritage. Mission Trails Regional Park, which opened in 1974, has grown to be one of the nation’s largest urban parks. In this park, the Old Mission Dam was erected to conserve water for the Mission San Diego de Alcala, which was originally used by the Kumeyaay people. Mission Trails Regional Park has something for everyone, with 60 miles of trails, a lake for boating, camping, and hiking, and a state-of-the-art Visitor and Interpretive Center.