Belmont Park ticket prices – San Diego

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There are lots of musts in San Diego, and Belmont Park rides are one of them. Knowing what to do and how much it costs can be super helpful in planning your trip as well. Whether it’s Summer, Spring, Winter, or Fall, a good time will be had by all. At least that was the plan of the good ole Mr. John D. Spreckels, who build the park in 1925 to help stimulate the economy and bring attention to his electric railway.

*** This post was made possible by Belmont Park. All thoughts and opinions are my own.***

Know before you go

***Always make sure to check the park’s website for the most up-to-date info.***

Belmont Park address and hours

3146 Mission Blvd, San Diego, CA 92109 / Park 11am – 10pm Mon-Sat; 11am – 9pm Sun / Attractions have various hours

Cost

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There’s no entry free for Belmont Park, and the parking is free. Get there early though because it does fill up fast, then you’re left finding street parking. If you want to ride the rides and go to the attractions, then there’s a fee. Each attraction has its own entry fee, however, there are different bundles you can buy that include rides and some attractions/play.

*** I scoured some websites and the best deals I could find were on Go City, where you can bundle up deals for multiple attractions in San Diego, and purchasing your tickets online ahead of time. Groupon and Costco sometimes runs specials but I didn’t see any this time. ***

Universal ride tickets

10 park tickets start at $10 and it’s pretty much $1 per ticket until you hit 70 tickets, then it’s $60.

Ride and play combo wrist tickets

There are 2 different prices for this one. $60 for people over 48″ and $55 for people 48″ and under. The website notes that “Arcade, Escapology and Midway Games are NOT included.”

Belmont Park rides

There’s a decent amount of rides to keep both the bigs and littles happy. It ranges from roller coasters to a carousel. Here’s a list of the rides as of the July 2022 when we visited:

  • Beach Blaster
  • Belmont Express
  • Control Freak
  • Crazy Submarine
  • Gint Dipper Roller Coaster
  • Krazy Kars
  • Liberty Carousel
  • Octotron
  • Overdrive Bumper Cars
  • Speedway
  • Tilt-A-Whirl
  • Vertical Plunge
  • Zero Gravity

Belmont Park attractions

Aside from the Belmont Park rides, there are about 8 attractions scattered around. We didn’t have time to check out the attractions, but here’s a list:

  • Arcade
  • Coconut Climb
  • Escapology
  • Laser Tag
  • Lazer Maze
  • Sky Climb (this is the rock wall, not the rope course)
  • Sky Ropes
  • The Plunge
  • Tiki Town Mini Golf
  • Xanadu 7D Theater
  • Zipline

Dining options

When it’s time to take a break from the Belmont Park rides, there’s definitely a great variety of food to choose from. There’s vendors at the park, sit down restaurants that line the boardwalk, and all the restaurants in walking distance around Mission Beach. We opted for vendors at the park and couldn’t help but be drawn into the Sweet Shoppe with the amazing smell of waffle cones! Here’s where we ate:

Round Table Pizza

Belmonty’s Burgers & Pizza

Sweet Shoppe

Final thoughts

This is definitely worth a visit. If rides aren’t your thing, then just stroll through and hang out. It’s a nice beach, but also a college hangout, so it can get “lively” towards the end of the night. Since this is at the beach, just be prepared to shield the littles eyes when people are walking around in very revealing swimsuits, or just embrace it. I shielded like CRAZY! So there you have it. Make sure to check out the San Diego section in my blog to find more things to on for your trip to San Diego.

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