*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Belmont Park but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. I’m proud to be working with them to help spread the word about Family Fun at Belmont Park San Diego. I have been compensated with complimentary all-access passes for my time and to supply an honest review.*
We were so excited for some Family Fun at Belmont Park San Diego that we visited on the very 1st night that we arrived! Belmont Park is a family amusement park located right on Mission Beach in San Diego. The main attraction of Belmont Park is, of course, their iconic red Giant Dipper Roller Coaster. But Belmont Park is full of rides of all kinds, carnival style games, and delicious restaurants. Let’s go inside and check it out!Family Fun at Belmont Park San Diego
There is no cost for admission to Belmont Park. You pay as you play. They do however have pass options to help you save some money. I HIGHLY recommend getting a pass. You can spend a lot of money pretty quickly here and I think the passes are definitely worth it.There are lots of arcade games to play.
**Tip: We always give our kids a spending limit for games. This way they get to play whatever they want, but when they reach their limit that’s it.**
We took some time to just walk around Belmont Park and see what they had to offer. We might have had ice cream or churros during that process. Yum!
There are lots of small stands along the boardwalk that sell items and foods of all kinds. There are also large stores and shops.
The main attraction at Belmont Park for us was definitely the rides. We rode the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster of course. We also loved some of the smaller rides like Crazy Submarine and the Tilt-A-Whirl. My personal favorite was the Carousel. I feel like that is one ride that you can never get too old to love.
**Tip: If you have small children I suggest that you visit Belmont Park during the day. It gets pretty busy with teenagers and adults in the evening and the lines can get pretty long.**
There are also lots of other fun things to do at Belmont Park, like rock climbing, a ropes course, laser tag, and even glow in the dark bumper cars. So fun!
We had a blast visiting Belmont Park. It’s great for all ages from young to old. We definitely had lots of Family Fun in Belmont Park San Diego.
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