Located in Ocean Beach at the foot of Voltaire Street, this San Diego dog beach offers 24 hour access to the beach and ocean. Both locals and visitors alike love bringing their pooch to social hour at one of San Diego’s most popular doggy destinations.
After working up an appetite at Ocean Beach’s Dog Beach, head over to this popular locals destination for a quick meal. Humans can enjoy delicious pho, while the pups soak up some sun on the patio.
If you’re in the mood to shop, but want to avoid the craziness of Fashion Valley or Horton Plaza, head over to Seaport Village. This popular tourist destination is also a local favorite, with shops, restaurants and weekly entertainment. Plus, Fido will be more than entertained walking by the water and making friends with local wildlife (seagulls!).
For less excitement, but more open space, dogs can walk their humans 24 hours a day at Nate’s Point or Morley Field. The best part – this San Diego dog-friendly spot is leash free!
Fred’s Mexican Café Old Town
No San Diego trip is complete without trying the local cuisine – Mexican food. While everyone has their favorite taco shop or Mexican restaurant, Fred’s Mexican Café is a classic. Take a seat on the patio with the pup and load up on enchiladas, fajitas or a California burrito, then browse the streets of Old Town for the real excitement!
Paradise Point Resort & Spa
Of course, every pet lover needs a San Diego pet-friendly hotel. At Paradise Point, pets are welcome! With every room on the ground floor, owners can bring dogs right outside for play time in 44 acres of island excitement. Hungry? Head over to Tidal or Barefoot Bar & Grill and dine on the patio with your furry friends. If you crave more excitement, “SUP with pup” by renting a doggy life jacket and boarding one of the resort’s stand up paddle boards.
Located minutes from Paradise Point in Mission Bay Park, Fiesta Island offers a 5.2 mile asphalt path around the island for dog walkers. You can walk leash free from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
PB Fish Shop
Pacific Beach is home to characters, beach-goers, college kids and dog lovers. While there are many dog-friendly eateries to choose from, PB Fish Shop is a standout candidate. Humans can order fresh fish plates, sandwiches, fish and chips, specials and more at the front counter, while the pups reserve a table on the patio.
Whether the occasion calls for a special, romantic dinner for two overlooking the glittering, moonlit Mission Bay or an island-inspired casual restaurant for the whole family, Paradise Point offers diverse dining options for San Diego locals and guests of our Mission Bay resort. Enjoy our signature beach restaurant Tidal, a laid-back dining experience at the waterfront Barefoot Bar & Grill, or quick eats at the poolside Tropics Cantina or Caveman Pizza Company.
Nestled in the lush, tropical foliage that surrounds Paradise Point's island resort is a premier spa vacation destination where exotic rituals from islands around the world and local San Diego influences collide. The result is The Spa at Paradise Point - an intimate and inviting San Diego day spa sanctuary voted one of the top 100 U.S. resort spas by Condé Nast Traveler.
With the backdrop of a lush oasis, exotic treatment rooms, and cooling sea breezes, the professionally trained spa therapists will lull you into a sense of well-being and relaxation.