Silver Wing Recreation Center
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Current Special Events and Activities
Fun for one, fun for all! Check out your local Recreation Center's program guide for more details.
The BookNook program is a "take a book, leave a book" gathering place at your favorite recreation center. Share your favorite literature and stories with others.
Thanksgiving Day (November 23rd)
Christmas (December 25th)
New Years Day (January 1st)
MLK Day (January 15th)
President's Day (February 19th)
History of the Center
On August 15, 1972, the Southern Area Committee approved plans for the Silver Wing Recreation Center site to include a multipurpose field, a tot lot area, a basketball court, and picnic areas. Construction began January 1974, the building and park were dedicated on May 8, 1976, and the Otay Mesa Recreation Council was officially recognized on March 2, 1977. The park sign was dedicated April 18, 1987.
Note: We are not the park with the big silver aircraft wing monument, that park is Montgomery-Waller Community Park.
Directions and Bus Route
From Interstate 805 exit Palm Avenue (the second Palm Ave) heading west. Turn left on to Piccard Avenue. Turn right onto Arey Drive.
From Interstate 5 exit Coronado Avenue heading east. Drive past the airplane wing. Turn left onto Beyer Way. Turn right onto Via Tonga.Turn right onto Picador Boulevard. Turn left onto Arey Drive.
The center is accessible by bus via SDMTS Route 929.