Parks in Coronado

Glorietta Bay Park

A small, scenic park with views of the bay has a playground, restrooms and a boat launch just south of the Community Center on Strand Way.

Spreckels Park

Located between 6th and 7th streets, this park covers eight acres in the center of town and features a playground and gazebo. Donated by John D. Spreckels, one of Coronado’s city fathers in 1927. Restrooms available.

Centennial Park

A 49,000 sq ft park located at the foot of Orange Ave at First St with breathtaking views of downtown San Diego across the bay.

Sunset Park

A three-acre patch of grass at the end of Ocean Blvd that is big enough for ball games with some of the best sunset views in Coronado .

Tidelands Park

Coronado’s largest park with 22 acres of bayfront land is at the base of the Coronado Bridge . The park has four ball fields, a playground, a small beach exercise course, picnic benches, bike and pedestrian paths, restrooms and plenty of parking.

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