Sports & Recreation
Hotel del Coronado Tour
Volunteer docents from the Coronado Historical Association lead a one-hour tour throughout the historic Hotel del Coronado. Tours depart on Tues at 10:30 and Fri, Sat and Sun at 2 pm. $15, children under six are free. Reservations required.
Coronado Heritage Tour
This promenade through the past departs from the lobby of the Museum of History and Art, 1100 Orange Avenue, Wednesdays at 2pm. Learn about Coronado’s famous buildings and residents. Fee includes Promenade through the Past: A Walking Tour Guidebook of Coronado and admission to the museum. $10 per person, reservations required.
Coronado Tree Tour
A 90-minute guided tour of Coronado’s Central park, Spreckels Park , by a local arborist. $10 per person, reservations required.
Coronado Walking Tour
A 90-minute guided tour of historic areas in Coronado departs from the Glorietta Bay Inn, the former mansion of John D. Spreckels , on Tues, Thurs and Sat at 11am. $12 per person.
Gondola Company Tour
Cruise through the canals and waterways of the Coronado Cays in Venetian style, guided by a gondolier. Tours are about an hour and include a complimentary hors d’oeuvre or dessert plate. Packages start at $85 for two people.
4000 Loews Coronado Bay Rd
Segway of Coronado
If you’re looking for something exciting and different to do, try the “transportation technology of the future” the Segway PT. A 1 1/2 hour tour includes safety and hands-on training. 9:30am, 11:30am, 2:30pm & 5pm every day. $69 per person, reservations recommended.
112 C Ave.
Coronado Municipal Golf Course
Opened in 1957, Coronado’s public golf course continues to reign as one of the finest public courses in Southern California . With views of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Glorietta Bay , the 72-par, 130-acre 18-hole course is open 7 days a week and offers a driving range, pro shop and restaurant.
Sea ‘n’ Air Golf Course
On Naval Air Station North Island , this 18-hole, 72-par course is open to those with military ID.
There are 19 public tennis courts throughout Coronado , most of which are lighted. The Coronado Tennis Center has eight courts, and private and group instruction is available.
1501 Glorietta Blvd
There are 15 miles of relatively flat paths perfect for jogging, biking or rollerblading and even more miles of bike routes along city streets. Equipment can be rented at the Ferry Landing or in Coronado village. For a suggested bike route, click here for a map.
Coronado Skate Park is in Tidelands Park . With 16,000 square feet of concrete ramps, bowls, grinds and jumps, the park caters to all skateboarding skill levels.
Coronado Municipal Pool
Aquatic classes for all levels offered, including diving classes, synchronized swimming classes, American Red Cross classes and water aerobics.
845 Strand Way
The Brian Bent Memorial Aquatics Complex
New in 2008, the aquatic complex features a 50m Olympic-sized pool and a 25yd adaptive pool, fully ADA-compatible. Single-day drop-in pass available. Located at the Coronado High School campus.
818 6th St
Water Sports Teams
Action Sport Rentals
Rentals including sailboats, power boats, jet skis, kayaks and bikes. Sailing lessons, sailing excursions, water skiing and wakeboarding adventures are available.
4000 Coronado Bay Road
Coronado Boat Rental
Powerboat, sailboats, kayak and jet ski rentals. Sailing lessons, private charters, whale watching excursions.
1715 Strand Way
Silver Strand State Beach
The only public camping area in Coronado. Visitors must have a self-contained RV with a closed water system, running water and toilet. No tent camping is allowed. RVs can park on Coronado streets for 72 hours but cannot be used as a residence.