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Vacation Isle, Mission Bay Park
San Diego
This park area is located in the south end of Vacation Isle, off of Ingraham Street, across from Ski Beach. Vacation Isle East is located east of the Model Yacht Pond while Vacation Isle West is located to the west of the pond. Both locations have grassy park areas with sandy beaches, picnic tables, fire rings and restrooms. There are trees which provide lots of shade. Vacation Isle East has a picnic gazebo as well. No more than 1 inflatable is allowed per site. Note: There is no playground or lifeguards on duty at these parks.
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