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Things to Do in San Diego: Fall

From scary trails to family fun...

The activities are endless when you're in San Diego. Fall makes the list a little bit longer, especially in Mission Valley. From spooky Halloween events to October promotions all around San Diego, you'll have a difficult time deciding what to do first!

WANT A GOOD SCARE?

Haunted Trails Balboa Park   Sept 29th –Oct 31st 2017
hauntedtrail.net

Definitely a must do with a group or with your significant other. Walk the dark and scary trails located in the heart of Balboa Park, just two miles from our hotel. But before you enter the trails, you must make it past the experiment maze. Are you up for the challenge? Ages 10-up open most evenings 7-11pm


Ghosts and Gravestone Tours
www.trolleytours.com

Although the tours run all year round, October makes it extra fun and scary. Explore the area around our Mission Valley hotel. Experience the oldest cemetery in San Diego, El Camp Santos, and the Whaley house - where there have been many paranormal occurrences. Reservation are required! Be cautious as it may not be suitable for children under 13. 


FAMILY ACTIVITIES

Belmont Park/Mission Beach
www.belmontpark.com

It may be fall but the beach is always a great go-to place to relax and have fun. This amusement park that sits on one of the most popular beach’s in San Diego with a landmark roller coaster and many more rides and restaurants. Kids can enjoy trick or treating every weekend in October or you can just relax on the 3 mile beach area.

Birch Aquarium
aquarium.ucsd.edu

Love the sea life? Visit the nation’s largest oceanographic museums and enjoy the view of La Jolla from their outside tide pools check out the Kids free in October special.


San Diego Sea World

seaworldparks.com/seaworld-sandiego

Enjoy Halloween Spooktacular at San Diego Sea World  September 24th through October 30th. Kids 9 and under enter in free with a paid adult!


Balboa Park
www.balboapark.org

Always a must see, nestled between trees and botanical gardens are Spanish buildings that house many museums, art galleries and even the San Diego Zoo. Try the return of the electric wicker carts that once originated here in 1915.





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