With 3 locations right on Mission Bay that are the closest rental locations to the full speed zone; you will maximize your fun! Don't waste your valuable time towing equipment or driving in the 5mph zone, rent from Adventure Water Sports and get to the fun, fast!
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Campland on the Bay
2211 Pacific Beach Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
Equipment available: Wave Runners (jet skis), Ski Boats, Stand Up Paddle Boards and Aqua Cycles.
Parking: During summer months Campland may charge $20 (cash only) to park onsite. At the end of your rental please ask for a voucher and they will refund your $20.
The Dana Hotel
1710 West Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
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Equipment available: Wave Runners (jet skis), 19 ft. Ski Boat, Pontoon Boat, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Bicycles and Peddle Boats.
Parking: Parking is available via the East Entrance parking lot of the hotel. We are located between C and D dock at the Marina which is between the two pools onsite at the hotel. You can also park on the frontage road in front of the hotel.
Open every Saturday and Sunday through September 5th and Labor Day September 6th.
Mission Bay RV Park - 2727 DeAnza Road, San Diego, CA 92109
Equipment Available: Kayaks (single and tandem), Stand Up Paddle Boards, Aqua Cycles, Paddle Boats
How to find us: We are located on site at Mission Bay RV Resort! You may enter the resort via DeAnza Road, we are on the south side of the cove. Look for the small white rental office at the far end of the cove. You may park in the lot behind our office.
About Mission Bay - Mission Bay was man made in from the 1940's-1960's and was designated as an aquatic playground in San Diego. Mission Bay Park covers 4200 acres in roughly equal parts of land and water. A network of waterways, inlets and islets make the best way to explore Mission Bay by boat, wave runner, stand up paddle board and kayak. Most of its 27 miles of meandering shoreline are sandy beaches. The paramount symbol of watery fun in Mission Bay is the Sea World Adventure Park in the southeast quadrant of the park. At Fiesta Island and Leisure Lagoon in the east bay, the names say it all, while it's easy to imagine what to expect at places like Sail Bay and Mariners Cove on the west end. There's always something happening in Mission Bay, from waterskiing and wakeboarding to sailing and swimming. Mission Bay is approximately ten minutes north of downtown San Diego.
Adventure Water Sports has been offering water sports rentals on Mission Bay since 1995!