Unlimited ride wristband at San Diego's only beachfront amusement center, the home of the historic Giant Dipper rollercoaster. Belmont Park was once abandoned but has been reborn as a shopping, dining, and entertainment center in the tradition of old-time family fun. Originally built in 1925, the Giant Dipper is on the National Register of Historic Places but still delights riders with more than 2,500 feet of track and thirteen heart-pounding hills.
Other favorite rides include Chaos, a random three-dimensional rocking, rolling, and rotating motion; Vertical Plunge, which drops riders three stories to the ground; the new twist on bumper cars, Krazy Kars; the classic Tilt-A-Whirl; and the Liberty Carousel, an antique reproduction from the golden age of amusement parks.
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Comments about Smart Destinations Belmont Park:
I'm not gonna lie and say this place is huge - its not. However, there was something for everyone. My kids teamed up and were off. My husband and I went next door and had some adult beverages looking as we looked at the ocean. Overall this was a win win. We got some down time, including a few drinks and the kids had fun and got worn out. Ideal afternoon.