Chula Vista offers a wide array of attractions and activities to entertain visitors and residents year round.
Aquatica | Website
Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark combines up-close animal experiences with a water park allowing visitors to interact with a variety of animals to create the ultimate guest experience and quality entertainment for the whole family.
2052 Entertainment Circle
Chula Vista, CA 91911
The Living Coast Discovery Center | Website
Interactive exhibits at the Nature Center describe the history, geology, ecology, natural history and bio-diversity of Sweetwater Marsh and San Diego Bay. Exhibits include a shark and ray tank, aviaries housing waterbirds, hawks and owls, bird watching platforms and drought tolerant gardens attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.
1000 Gunpowder Point Drive
(at the west end of E Street)
Sleep Train Amphitheater | Website
Sleep Train Amphitheater is an outdoor performing arts theater with reserved seating for 10,000 and additional seating for 10,000 on an attractively landscaped lawn. The amphitheater is located just 17 minutes from downtown San Diego in Chula Vista, and is the area's first major concert facility designed specifically for music.
2050 Entertainment Circle
(off Auto Park Drive)
Chula Vista's scenic harbor offers spectacular views and easy access to southern San Diego Bay. The harbor includes two marinas, an RV park, and several restaurants. It is also home to Chula Vista Yacht Club and two waterfront parks. Various sport fishing, sight-seeing and whale-watching charters operate out of Chula Vista Harbor.
|California Yacht Marina
640 Marina Parkway
Len Moore Skate Park | Website
This premier South Bay skate park is designed for both “street" and competitive skaters. Famous local skater, Tony Hawk has even been a guest! There are four skate areas that include ramps, rails, and all the “essentials.” Park rental is also available—it’s safe, fun and the entire park is yours! Call for details.
Call for seasonal hours and more information.
Boys & Girls Clubs of South County,
1301 Oleander Avenue
(619) 424-2266 Ext. 312
Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center | Website
The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center, located in the eastern part of the City, was built in 1995 and occupies 155 acres. Funding for the $65 million facility was raised by the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation and a land grant from Eastlake developers. Athletes in archery, beach volleyball, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, rugby, soccer, tennis, track & field, triathlon, and cross-training abilities for various winter sports train at the Center.
2800 Olympic Parkway
OnStage Playhouse | Website
Downtown Chula Vista's only live community theater with an up-close, intimate setting. OnStage is recognized as a significant cultural arts contributor to the community, and consistently impresses its audiences, critics, and judges with continuing high-quality productions. The theatre seats 60 playgoers, and produces six or more plays per year. If you're looking to pursue your acting career (or you want to have fun), you may even choose to audition!
291 Third Avenue
(619) 422-RSVP 
Otay Valley Regional Park | Website
The Otay Valley Regional Park (OVRP) is a multi-jurisdictional park that runs through Chula Vista. The OVRP offers its visitors a relaxing sense of well being in a natural river valley. There are trails for hikers, bikers and equestrians. Those with a passion for angling will find peaceful fishing holes along the trails throughout the OVRP. Discover native plants and animals, and enjoy the great outdoors!
OVRP Ranger Station
2155 Beyer Boulevard
Easton Archery Center of Excellence | Website
Located within the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center, this newly built center is the training home to some of America's top archers, but also offers beginner archery lessons, an archery league, tours, and training opportunities to the public. Check out the website for your chance to shoot at this state-of-the-art facility!