Coronado Parks

City of Coronado Parks & Recreation Areas:

Although the City of Coronado manages numerous park, only the 5 parks listed below allow private parties and company picnics with inflatable jump house and bounce house rentals.  Additionally, Tidelands Park, which is located under the Coronado Bridge, is available for parties, but it is managed by the San Diego Port District.

If you are planning to have 20 or more people, or a bounce house rental, then you will need to apply for an event permit. The permit is issued on a first-come, first-serve basis and only 1 permit is issued per venue per day.

Permit Application:  Reservations are not taken more than three months in advance and can be obtained by calling the Recreation Administration office at (619) 522-7342.

Permit Fees:  there are various fees/deposits involved with hosting a party at a Coronado Park. In general there is a $100 Park Use Fee, a $110 cost of purchasing a special liability insurance policy, and a refundable $100 cleaning deposit and $200 damage deposit.

Vendors:  Any company supplying equipment or services at your event needs to be listed as an approved vendor by listing the City of Coronado as additionally insured on their $1 million insurance policy. San Diego Kids' Party Rentals is already listed as an approved vendor for the City of Coronado Parks.

For your reference, a brief description of the parks that allow jump houses for private parties and company picnics, is provided below.


Coronado Cays Park

Located along the Silver Strand near Coronado Cays Boulevard and Grand Caribe Causeway, this 6-acre park also borders San Diego Harbor.

Located south of the Municipal Pool on Strand Way, this 2 acre park features a fabulous view of Glorietta Bay, the Coronado Bridge, and across to San Diego.  The park facilities include a grassy play area, playground equipment, restrooms, a small  sandy beach, and free parking.
This 1-acre park is bordered by Adella and Pomona avenues and Park View Place, it was named for former city clerk, A.A. Mathewson
North Cays Parks

A two-acre park at the north tip of the Cays

Spreckels Park

This 8-acre park is located in the center of Coronado on Orange Avenue between Sixth and Seventh Streets and features large grassy areas, a playground and a gazebo that is the site of many community events (e.g. summer concers, flower shows, art festivals, etc).  Before deciding on this park, it's best to see what other events might be schedule on your day so that you don't have too much competition for parking or it's not too noisy or crowded. 

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