Pacific Beach Boardwalk
The oceanfront boardwalk runs along the coastline for nearly three miles from the south Mission Beach Jetty north to Law Street in Pacific Beach with full access to the waves of the Pacific Ocean. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the boardwalk, which is highly popular with bicyclists, runners, pedestrians and skaters.
Parking is free on the streets of Pacific Beach, but limited and signs listing parking restrictions should be noted. There are small oceanfront parking lots with restroom facilities and showers located at the foot of Pacific Beach Drive, Diamond Street and between Thomas and Grand Avenues where the main PB lifeguard tower stands. Several small paid parking lots are scattered throughout the business district around Garnet Avenue.
Additional free parking is available southeast via Ingraham Street in the lots along the Crown Point beaches of Mission Bay Park. Overnight parking is prohibited and signs listing these hours should be noted.