Before this spot became Centennial Park it was a major hub for the ferry. The ferry was widely used as primary transport before the bridge was built.
The ticket booth still stands today and has a plaque outlining some of the history
There is a small flower Garden next to the ticket booth.
The park also features some plaques with information behind what Coronado is known as the birthplace of aviation.
From Centennial park you can see the ferry pier that is in use today.
There are some really nice areas with benches along Centennial Park’s long path from the street to the water
Just to the side of Centennial Park there is a path you can walk along a small beach. This is a lesser visited part of the area and a nice peaceful escape.