We are calling the secluded lush tropical San Diego island resort, Paradise Point home for the next several days during our Kidifornia family adventure vacation. Perfect for families, this tropical resort is nestled away yet close to all San Diego attractions including Sea World, San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, and more.
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Secluded Island Oasis in San Diego- Paradise Point Resort Review
Paradise Point is a lush tropical oasis located on an island within Mission Bay. Easy to access by bridge, this island resort offers immaculate tropical grounds, tranquil lagoons, and a mile of white sandy beaches. Take a stroll with us in this short video.
Although close to exciting family attractions in San Diego, Paradise Point is a secluded, relaxing place to call home while vacationing in San Diego. There is so much to do and enjoy at the resort that my family could have spent an entire week at the resort without leaving once!
The mile-long white sandy beach and tide at Paradise Point is what my kids love the most. This aquatic playground offers hours of good, clean fun for kids!
My son is enjoying the calm surf of Mission Bay and the wildlife and plant life found within. I like that the threat of large sharks is very minimal since the resort is located within a cove of the bay although leopard sharks, stingrays and guitar fish can be spotted. In addition to cool shells, rocks, and sand, my son loves finding washed-up kelp!
The white sandy beaches beg for sand castles, beach volleyball, leisurely strolls, and general hole digging by kids!
My daughter dug a pretty deep hole and thought it would be funny if someone fell in because they weren’t walking where they were going. No worries, we filled the hole when she was done. 🙂 My kids could spend days at the beach, just playing around. We were fortunate enough to have a Bayside Bungalow Suite that steps out to the beach. My kids are running in and out of the suite all day.
There is so much to enjoy and discover as a family at Paradise Point including 5 swimming pools, lagoon and waterways, 18-hole putting course, tropical grounds, basketball court, bicycle rentals, sand volleyball court, marina, lighted tennis courts, croquet, bonfire pits, 70-foot observation tower, and more.
The heated pools are a huge hit for myfamily. Lounging poolside during the day and evening a favorite activity. The pools are gorgeous, each one different from the other with features like waterfalls. I like relaxing in the hot tubs as well.
There is an adult-only retreat for those vacationing as couples or adults who don’t want splashed by my kids jumping in!
At night, Paradise Point is just as stunning. A walk through the grounds and on the beach is a great way to end a vacationing day in San Diego. The grounds are well-lit, showcasing the lush gardens.
The 70-foot observation tower offers amazing 360° views of Paradise Point as well as Mission Bay, Pacific beach, and San Diego.
It’s a great place for a family photo as well.
My kids love the tropical plants, especially my son. He’s quite the plant enthusiast at home as well. We enjoy checking out the various plants, wishing they would grow back in Ohio. My kids played a game of hide and seek – can you spot them below?
Now can you find them? Is there anything better than playing hide and seek in a tropical oasis?!
We have a full vacation ahead of us in San Diego including the San Diego Zoo and Sea World. Follow us along now through June 28th on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and this Blog to join us in our Kidifornia Family Adventure. In my next post, I’ll share with you lodging at Paradise Point.
Paradise Point Resort & Spa
1404 Vacation Road
San Diego, CA 92109