Coronado Island Activities - Things To Do

Photo: During the summer, folks love to bring dinner & bike/walk to Spreckels to listen to wonderful concerts in the park.

Coronado Island is an amazing place to explore for the first time or even the 100th time. There is so much natural beauty to take in as well as plenty of man-made beauty too. Below are some local favorites. If you want the most updated events, visit the Coronado Community Calendar. You may also visit the suggested Coronado itineraries page. Enjoy.

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Coronado Sports > Click here for a list of organized sports on Coronado.

Coronado Beaches > Beautiful white sandy beaches for sunning, surfing or just playing.

Coronado Public Pools > Get wet at these wonderful public pools.

Coronado Ferry Landing > Great views of downtown San Diego...great places to eat as well.

Coronado PaddleFit > Get fit on the sand and water.

Coronado Parks > Enjoy parks by the beach, bay and everywhere in between.

Coronado Lawn Bowling > Open to the public, a free lesson is offered with scheduled appointment.

Coronado Biking > Lots of great rides around the island.

Coronado Bike Tour > Bike the Tour de Coronado or Kayak the 7 Caves in La Jolla

Hotel del Coronado Tour > Step back in time and view one of the crown jewels of Coronado.

Golfing on Coronado > An 18 hole course along the beautiful San Diego bay. Low green fees.

Coronado's Art-In-The-Park > Features more than 50 top artists in every genre. Located in Spreckles Park.

Catch a Movie at Village Theatre > Re-Opened in June 2011, this Art Deco theatre should not be missed.

Coronado Museum of History and Art > Art, architectural elements, textiles, ephemera, and other memorabilia.

Coronado Shopping > Great shops along Orange Avenue and Ferry Landing.

Coronado Restaurants > Lots of wonderful places to eat on Coronado.

Coronado Playhouse > The oldest community theatre in Coronado and San Diego County.

Coronado Tennis Center > 1501 Glorietta Blvd. Lighted courts. More courts next to Coronado library.

Coronado Pickleball > 1501 Glorietta Blvd. Every Saturday from 2:30p-4:30p - cost is $2 and paddles are provided.

Coronado Skate Park > 619-522-7342 > 18,000 square feet of bowls, turns and ramps. (review)

Coronado Tree Tour > 619-435-1764 > A 90-minute tour of Coronado's park by local arborist, Shannon Player.

Coronado Segway Tour: Glide around Coronado (photos), San Diego Bay, the Hotel del Coronado on a 21st century site-seeing tour.

Heritage Walking Tour: The tour through the heart of historic Coronado. 619-437-8788

Coronado Walking Tour > 619-435-5892 > A 90-minute guided walking tour of historic areas in Coronado.

Lamb's Players Theatre > A professional, non-profit performing arts organization that tells good stories well.

Old Town Trolley Tour > Tour of Old Town, Seaport Village, Horton Plaza, Balboa Park, Coronado & more.

Silver Strand State Beach > Camping is available for self contained vehicles (RVs, motor-homes or trailers).

Coronado Community Center (swimming, basketball, rock climbing and more)
1845 Strand Way
Administrative Offices > 619-522-7342
Pool / Aquatics > 619-522-2464
Kids Programs > 619-522-7316

 

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