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Why is it called Mission Valley? If you follow Interstate 8 East, past the home of the San Diego Chargers you will find one of the most important landmarks in San Diego’s History. Mission San Diego de Acala is also a National Landmark because it is a great place to learn about the history of the Spanish Mission period and how it shaped the California we know today. The destination of many San Diego County school field trips, the mission is also what gives the surrounding area its name.
Mission de Acala was built where it stands because of the water source that is the San Diego River. This river is the force which shaped the geography of the region. To the north and south of the river rise mesas. To the north neighborhoods on these mesas include Clairemont and Mission Heights. To the South you will find communities such as University Heights, Normal Heights Kensington, and La Mesa. Developed later than much of the surrounding community the basin of Mission Valley is home to many businesses. It is also a center for San Diego Retail shopping.
Large shopping centers and the Fashion Valley Mall are a favorite location for visiting and local shoppers. Also to be found in Mission Valley is Hotel Circle, an area where many business people and visitors to San Diego find a selection of hotels. With so many visitors it is no surprise that Mission Valley neighborhoods grow each year. Most residencies in this area are single family homes, although there are also plenty of upscale apartments to choose from.
As you continue East on highway 8 you will find that the geography of the valley changing from open and flat to hilly. This is where the path of the 8 leaves the path of the San Diego River. It is also where you will find San Diego State University and the neighborhood of Lake Murrey nestled into the hills. Following the 8 West you will find the sands of Mission Beach or Ocean Beach.
Those who live in Mission Valley know that it is an ideal hub for commuting to work. East County, North County and South County can be reached using Interstates 8, Highway 5, Highway 163 and the 805. Downtown San Diego is the closest commute, but many also find work in Mission Valley itself. From tech companies to materials fabrication there is a lot going on in this region of San Diego. Also a great number of people who work and attend San Diego State University also find Mission Valley to be a great place to live.