Campland On The Bay | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
3.9 masl
Website:
www.campland.com
Phone:
None
Contributor:
Brian Pineau

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
Yes - Slow
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Hot
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
Unknown

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Description

Very clean. Store, Cafe, wifi, pool, close to aquarium. A nice place to relax a couple days. Good stop before Mexico or after Joshua tree.
They only accept manufactured vehicles. No conversions.

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we want to stay whit 2 adults and one child 15 month for 2 days. We need a full hookup an our camper 25 feet

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Parking along the road before entering the actual camp ground. Stay there for one night with no issue.

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Huge camping with full hookups! It’s next to the beach and has pool, bar, restaurant etc! On weekends it’s full and crowded (a lot of kids running around) ! The toilets are ok! The places are nothing special with a fire ring and next to each other! So no much privacy! Internet extremely slow! We paid almost $200 for a weekend what I think is really expensive ! But San Diego is not easy to find a good spot (with the new law) !

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Noisy and crowded. Use it if you need to. We came in late and the admiral baker was full.

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We have a GMC Safari with a bed in the back so we booked a RV space with no hookups as we were told over the phone this is what we had to book if we werent tent camping. $60 per night inc tax. Upon arrival we were then told that they dont allow people to sleep in their cars at the campground. Camper vans are fine. Even those Jucy vans which are Professionally converted dodge caravans are accepted but not my safari which i converted into a camper myself. I was told that my safari is essentially just a car with a bed in the back and isnt allowed. I dont really see the difference between mine and a jucy van but that is their rules. So this is a heads up

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very big, busy familycampground. this was Thanksgiving weekend. entertainment on big stage (outdoor). a lot of golfcarts driving around. spa and swimmimgpool available. 60 USD was cheapest spot!!

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Probably the ugliest campground I’ve been so far but we didn’t wanna look for something else. $45 + taxes and $3 for dogface for a parking lot. Oh well 😁
Plenty of (unnecessary) amenities, like gym, pool, etc.

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as described nice showers were especially appreciated after 6 weeks in Baja.

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605 (!) sites to choose from. From $45 for a dry site (off season; $55 from Memorial Day to Labor Day) up to $417 (!) for a 'supersite' (all prices plus tax). Quiet location right on the beach.

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Five Star RV/Van/Tent/Camping⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. Price fir a VW BUS Kombi Van one pax/night US$76,00... Five Star Camping Price... By the beach. Superb Location and structure/management....5 stars again

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Very clean. Store, Cafe, wifi, pool, close to aquarium. A nice place to relax a couple days. Good stop before Mexico or after Joshua tree.

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