Silver Strand Bikeway, San Diego

A 8.48-mile bike path running from Coronado down to Imperial Beach.

A 8.48-mile bike path running from Coronado down to Imperial Beach. This is one of the area's most popular due to its scenery and the fact that the path does not run through any car traffic. The bike path ends at Pomona Avenue and Glorietta Boulevard and runs along the San Diego Bay. There are restrooms and a drinking fountain at Silver State Beach.
















About Silver Strand Bikeway

 Bayshore Bikeway (Silver Strand Bikeway), Coronado, CA, USA

Silver Strand Bikeway and Nearby Sights on Map

Silver Strand State Beach

Located about 5 miles south of Coronado on the Silver Strand, this is an excellent beach to swim or surf at

Glorietta Bay Park

Just south of the Hotel Del on the bayside of Coronado, this small park offers shady trees, big grassy lawns, and a small beach with views of the Coronado Bay Bridge

Glorietta Bay

Offers facilities for boaters on the San Diego Bay

Coronado Playhouse

Where Coronado's community theater group plays

Villa Montezuma

Located just outside of Downtown, on the other side of I-5, Villa Montezuma is a gorgeous yet bizarre historic home, built during the boom years of the 1880's and furnished with towers, a dome, and art glass windows

Tidelands Park

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

Hotel del Coronado

The hotel's architecture is a must-see, with its brightly colored wooden Victorian style exterior and its slightly dated art deco interior

Lamb’s Players Theater

Home to the region's third largest professional theater company

Coronado Museum of History & Art

A small museum operated by the Coronado Historical Association, dedicated to preserving the art, history, and architecture of Coronado

Park at the Park

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