For the 81 Padres home game days, this grassy berm overlooking PETCO Park is closed to the general public, open as a place to view the game for $5 a person. But for the other 284 days of the year, the park is open to the public. The park has a small baseball diamond, a playground, and there are various monuments to the achievements of the Padres, such as a statue of star player Tony Gwynn nearby.
south of J Street between Seventh and Tenth Avenue
Park at the Park and Nearby Attractions on Map
Gaslamp Quarter(0.4 km)
Home to a number of historic Victorian-era buildings, such as the Louis Bank of Commerce, the Backesto Building, the Old City Hall, the Yuma Building, and a whole bunch of other beautiful old structures.
Marie Hitchcock Puppet Theater(2.2 km)
A popular venue for renowned puppeteers, with an indoor theater holding many performances during the year.
Seaport Village(1.3 km)
A shopping and dining complex overlooking the bay, with a recreated historic 'seaside village' look.
Tidelands Park(2.1 km)
Just north of the Coronado Bay Bridge, this large park offers lovely views of the bridge (a bayside trail leads you right under the bridge), a large children's playground, a skate park, and big grassy lawns perfect for sports.
Horton Plaza(0.8 km)
A massive five-story outdoor shopping mall unique for its appearance, with lots of bright colors, architectural tricks, and interesting spaces.
Horton Plaza Park(0.8 km)
A historic square located just north of the shopping center of the same name.
San Diego Model Railroad Museum(2.6 km)
If you have kids or know a train buff, a visit to this fantastic museum should be high on your list.
San Diego Automotive Museum(2.1 km)
This splendid museum showcases some of the finest, rarest, and most famous cars in the world.
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