Mission Bay
32°45.5'N - 117°15.6'W
San Diego, California USA

The area north of Point Loma was originally a tidal marsh that Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo named "False Bay" in 1542. 

In the early 40's, the Chamber of Commerce recommended Mission Bay be developed into a tourist and recreational center to help diversify the City’s largely military based economy. By the late 40’s, dredge and fill of twenty-five millions cubic yards of sand and silt created the land forms of the park which now is almost entirely man-made and the San Diego River Flood Control Channel was built to contain the river.  Mission Bay is now a recreational area with over 1800 slips scattered throughout 9 marinas.

 

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