The first Spanish settlement in California, Mission Valley is named after the river valley through which the San Diego River travels to the Pacific and today is divided into two neighborhoods, Mission Valley East and Mission Valley West. It lies about six miles northwest of downtown San Diego, is just north of San Diego International Airport, and is an important shopping and entertainment center. Within its limits are the old Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcalá, Presidio Park, three major shopping malls, and the Charger’s Qualcomm Stadium. At Mission Valley's outlet, you can find Mission Bay Park, the largest man made water park in the country, which includes 27 miles of coastline and SeaWorld San Diego. Population is around 11,000 and the median household income is approximately $64,500.