Comfort Suites Mission Valley SeaWorld Area
631 Camino Del Rio S.
San Diego, CA 92108
Phone: (619) 881-4000
Fax: (619) 881-4037
Conveniently located in Mission Valley, this classic 27-hole golf course is only minutes to the other famous San Diego attractions including the zoo, Balboa Park and three major shopping centers. Drop the family off, then settle in for a great round of golf. This course offers beautiful greens, complete with cascading waterfalls but watch out for those water hazards!
The Riverwalk Golf Club is known for its three 9 hole courses. The Presidio is perfect for short plays with a beautifully set fairways and sand bunkers and also features a few waterfalls. Great location, serene surrounding and challenging course, Presidio is makes for a good play day.
Riverwalk Golf Club includes a trio of course with the Mission course ideally built for both long and short plays. The San Diego river flowing through the course makes for a great attraction. The charming green fairways, sand bunkers and even a few waterfalls take you on an interesting golfing mission.
Designed by Ted Robinson in 1998, the Riverwalk Golf Club makes a great golfing destination for both professionals and beginners. The Friar Course is the most challenging of the three 9 hole course that cater to the club. The course is also the one with the maximum yard length and consists of a daunting combination of fairways, sand bunkers and waterfalls. Call for open hours and bookings.
Remember the time of innocence when holding hands while skating around a rink in front of your friends meant everything? Relive those cherished memories of indoor skating from how it was long ago, or build new memories with the whole family. Re-create your childhood and introduce your children to your favorite pastime. Open skating and parties are available. Traditional or in-line skates can also be rented.
A sailor's delight! Relax while a licensed captain takes you on the sail of a lifetime with Sail San Diego. Or for the more adventuresome, you take the helm! Cruise through the blue waters of San Diego Bay and see the city from a whole new perspective. During January and February, you can also board their 'Marine Biologist's' boat to get up close and personal with migrating whales.
Why not Frisbee Golf? Sports of all description, from the inane to the most inventive, are here for everyone to enjoy. On the Frisbee course, participants heave their frisbees through hoops to make par! Recently, the National Wheelchair Rugby finals were held at this site. For the less adventuresome, there are public pools, archery ranges, playgrounds, bocce, badminton and volleyball courts. Best of all, these sporting adventures are free of charge.
Outdoor sports thrive in sunny San Diego, and tennis players have no shortage of courts. If tennis is your game, then practice your serve, forehand and backhand at this popular facility. Avid tennis players may select from 25 public courts, 19 of which are illuminated on weeknights. Memberships are available for an annual fee. Credit cards are not accepted.
The 6000-seater Torero Stadium is home to the San Diego University Toreros, the football and soccer teams. It hosts Pioneer Football League matches and the field conforms to NCAA regulations. The stadium also hosts diverse events like graduation ceremonies and concerts. In 2001, the stadium upgraded its illumination system making it ideal for night games and events.
The Jenny Craig Pavilion which opened on 5th October 2000 has a seating capacity of 5,100. It is home to the men's and women's basketball teams and the volleyball team. The center boasts of a state-of-the-art Athletic Training Facility. The arena, reminiscent of the 16th century Spanish Renaissance theme, contains high tech sound and lighting. The 2001, 2002, and 2003 West Coast Conference Basketball Championships, the 2002 California Junior College Basketball Championships, the 2003 NFL Celebrity Basketball Game, the Official Super Bowl XXXVII Luncheon and the 2004 Judo National Championships are only some of the high profile sports events that have been held here.
This world-famous establishment is clearly no ordinary zoo. Walk or ride a double-decker bus throughout this expansive park, home to over 4,000 rare and exotic animals exhibited in beautiful garden habitats. San Diego Zoo is also a major research facility dedicated to conservation efforts. However, it is cleverly disguised as a park with entertaining shows and inspiring exhibits like Polar Bear Plunge and Hippo Beach.
This miniature train is built to one-fifth scale and offers leisurely rides around Balboa Park. But this is not just local entertainment. Over five million people have participated in the locomotive excitement since 1948. Holding 48 people in a single trip, the locomotive takes you on a three-minute journey through the Park. The route is one-half mile long and covers four acres. The locomotive is perfect for adults and kids of all ages.