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Formerly known as the G Street Mole, Tuna Harbor Park extends into San Diego Bay between the Navy Supply Pier and Seaport Village. Originally built as part of the city’s historic coal wharf, the Mole served as an important naval fleet landing site until the mid-twentieth century, when it evolved into a hub for commercial tuna fishing. Although tuna was the city’s third-largest industry in the 1960s, the fishery business declined in subsequent years and most of the park’s current site was left vacant until the late 1980s. Through a series of waterfront memorials and interpretive signage connected by concrete paths, the park honors the tuna industry’s contributions to San Diego, as well as the city’s significant historic and ongoing naval presence. A pedestrian pathway known as the “Greatest Generation Walk” connects multiple memorials and art installations dedicated to World War II. The park’s northern half parallels the Embarcadero’s wooden esplanade and pier, moving from the USS Midway Museum
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