Comfort Inn San Diego At The Harbor
5102 N. Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92106
Phone: (619) 223-8171
Fax: (619) 222-7330
5102 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA, US, 92106
- Phone: (619) 223-8171
- Fax: (619) 222-7330
Offering more sport-fishing options than anywhere else in San Diego County, this establishment provides half-day, 3/4-day, all-day and multi-day trips. Patrons may charter an individual boat or participate in a trip with other devoted fishermen. For those who want a daring experience, shark trips are available. These nighttime expeditions will take you in search of blues and makos. If you catch one, be prepared to use some muscle as these sharks often take over one hour to reel onboard. Before casting your line however, don't forget to obtain a license. This establishment sells the California State Fishing License, required for anyone aged 16 and older.
For 64 years, sport fishers have gone to sea with this fishing fleet and come home with food from the briny deep. Reservations not required except for prime dates. Tackle sales and rentals are on the premises. Private charters and group rates are available. Whale watching trips are December through March.
Trips range from half to full day coastal fishing to 17 days, that cover some of the great fishing spots off Mexico. Shorter trips during June, July, August, September, October and November offer prime fishing off the coast of Southern California and Mexico. This coincides with the northern migration of the albacore, bluefin tuna, yellowfin tuna and yellowtail. Longer trips to Baja's coastal islands such as San Martin or Todos Santos provide a wider variety of fish. Boat choices include the American Angler, the Polaris Supreme (both 90 feet) and the Excel (124 feet).
San Diego Sailing Bay Tour offers you the chance to set sail on San Diego's beautiful bay, without having to buy a boat. You'll see wonderful views of the city, from Shelter Island to Point Loma, the Coronado Bay Bridge, the San Diego Convention Center, the historic carrier Midway, and the world's oldest active ship, the Star of India. The city of San Diego, from the water, with the wind blowing in your hair, on a beautiful sunny day, is an adventurous and exciting time out.
Water sports are the bulk of outdoor entertainment in Point Loma, but golf is not entirely forgotten. This golf club holds a mini-course, spanning nine holes and 1,460 yards, for those who wish to tee-off in the Point Loma sunshine. Beyond the nine-hole course, the establishment hosts a clubhouse, locker room and golf shop. Rental clubs are available. The rate for the nine-hole stretch is $10, with discounts for seniors and active military personnel.
Manufactured by Nautica International, this R.I.B. is navigated by one of three U.S. Coast Guard captains through the waters of San Diego and Mexico. Along with the weekly excursions, Adventure R.I.B. Rides offers team-building and corporate events such as whale- and dolphin-watching excursions, naval heritage and wildlife tours, tours of the Coronado Islands, snorkeling, scuba diving and more. Adventure R.I.B. Rides also offers packages that include lunch on board or on a secluded beach. For the aquatic enthusiasts, the R.I.B. comes equipped with chart driver GPS, radar, video depth sounder, and more. For those who just cannot get enough, the three captains of this R.I.B. will rent it out by the hour.
San Diego's sunny weather allows tennis fans to play their game throughout the year. At this facility, two different court surfaces are offered. Twenty hard courts are available for public play in addition to four clay courts. Children 18 and under play free, so many guests enjoy coming here on the weekends with the entire family. Adult fees are USD5 for the day, and an additional USD2 is charged to play in the evening. Credit cards are not accepted.
This 4,000-square-foot, multi-leveled laser tag arena offers plenty of excitement and exercise for the slightly older child (and parents too, as long as they can keep up). Teams of participants don special vests and equip themselves with laser "guns" in a time event. Computerized scoring and printouts by player reveal who is in the lead. Bring the whole family for an exciting, healthy competition.
This sparkling new skate park already attracts big crowds of skateboarders and the occasional in-line skater. With 39,000 square feet of concrete skate surface, it's easily the biggest skate park in the county and ranks with world-class parks. Helmet and pads are required. A separated beginner's area is ideal for younger or newer skaters; the experts dominate the more challenging bowl area. An unaffiliated skate shop, just outside the park, offers equipment for sale and rental. Call ahead for hours of operation.
Part of the National Park Service, Cabrillo National Monument and Point Loma Lighthouse offers a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city of San Diego and far beyond. It was erected in honor of Captain Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, the first European to set foot on the west coast. Also on the site is the original lighthouse, which was replaced in 1891 by the one that still steers vessels away from shore. Tidepools delight young and old, history buffs enjoy the museum, and hiking enthusiasts are challenged by the trails. Gift shop and snacks are available.
Aqua Adventures is a full service kayak facility in San Diego offering waterfront kayak rentals. Aside from rentals, quality kayak lessons are provided by ACA and BCU certified instructors. Visitors can take part in fun and instructional local tours, adventurous guided multi-day kayaking trips, and visit their beautiful retail shop staffed by paddlers.
Located in Mission Bay Park, Hospitality Point has an impressive capacity to awe and inspire anyone. It is a grassy field mid way between Mission and Ocean beaches. This is an ideal location for a family picnic or a fishing trip. The park is also available for you to host private occasions and special events.