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Barracas de campo
Caravanas
Autocaravanas
Electricidade
Wi-Fi
Churrasco permitido
Cães
Areia da praia
3.5 / 5 (14 votos )

Campland on the Bay

2211 Pacific Beach Drive
92109, San Diego
California, Estados Unidos

Campland on the Bay is fun for the entire family. New features include: Dogwood dog park, Friendly Bowl skateboard park and the Huff n Puff gym! Picnic tables, fire rings,and playgrounds. Video arcade, bike rentals and recreation programs. Campland offers a private beach on the bay with a launch ramp,guest dock, boat rentals and lessons.RV storage is available. Campland is also a tour bus stop. Discount tickets for Sea World and other local attractions.

Características do local

Alojamento
Barracas de campo
Caravanas
Autocaravanas

Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
ligação de TV
Wi-Fi
Tenda de campismo
Merendero
Restaurante
Churrasco permitido

Qualificações
Cães

Recreação
Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Areia da praia
Piscina Exterior
Sauna
quadra de voleibol
Área do Minigolfe
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
Rampa de barco
Pesca

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Tents and children everywhere! Encroached on our site from both sides with tents. Dirty dirty dirty. Literally right on top of each other. Our canopy wouldn’t extend because your about 6 feet from the other space. Showers with no hot water and push valves that shutoff after 15 seconds. This place is a mess. We will Never come back. Wifi didn’t work and cellular showed 4 bars but cell service was a snail pace. Forget about streaming later in the evening when everyone is hogging bandwidth.
3 meses ás

Tophermiller
Inglês (US)
First thing we said to each other when pulling into this place on a Friday was "this place is a zoo". Kids on bikes and skateboards were everywhere. Loud music coming from several sites. We barely got our 41' fifth wheel into our spot that was said to accommodate a 50' rig. Actually, I scratched my truck on a fence post in the process. The lanes are narrow and windy and they have no enforcement of cars parking in the road. Obstacles everywhere you look, even the trees above. Looking at the egress path now has me worried for when we leave. I checked out Mission Bay RV park nearby and now wish we had stayed there.
5 meses ás

Pam and Dave LoCoco
Inglês (US)
We have a son at SDSU and this is our go-to place. The sites vary. We try to choose the ones that overlook the bay and they feel a little more vacay-ish and private. The park is kid and dog friendly. There is a well stocked store on site. Good line up of TV channels and the WiFi is fair (we have Verizon). We'll be back.
1 ano ás

Brian
Inglês (US)
Too close together, too loud, basically a giant parking lot. Not my cup of tea.
1 ano ás

Charles&Rose
Inglês (US)
This is a huge RV/tent park celebrating it's 50th. We had such a bad experience at Santa Fe RV "Resort" that when we left early and came to COB, they heard our story and upgraded us to a spot right on the bay. Wow. Rigs are close together, but being close to the water is very nice. If you have kids, you might want the A, B areas. If you want easier access to Mission Bay, try the L, M, N sections. Folks love to party here, so expect music and fires at night, even in the middle of the roadways. It does quiet down nicely after 10pm most times. Beautiful days on the beach, great for biking, walking, kayaking, etc. The security was very responsive to an offensive neighbor and their huge flag (you can guess). A San Diego landmark.
1 ano ás

BonneyD
Inglês (US)
Not sure what positive things to say. You want a shower, well make sure to take one in your trailer since the hot water doesn’t work. You want peaceful, good luck with that, after the weekend party people leave you then have the crazy full time residents who are CRAZY! Treat this like the Monopoly game and keep going!
1 ano ás

docaedo
Inglês (US)
There's a lot of variance in reviews here and I can understand why. The place is HUGE, and depending on which spot you end up on you could have a very different experience. We paid a hefty price for a "distinguished" spot but it was pretty nice. It was a back-in but was under trees and we only had one neighbor for half of our stay. There are two pools and two hot tubs, and the pools are heated. One was especially warm and the kids spent a few hours each day in the pool. Since we visited in February, it was pretty cold for playing at the beach (though we did spend a little time playing there just the same). The laundry room was large and most of the machines were working. The store had a decent selection of the essentials. The ice cream shop was a favorite, with a $3 "single scoop" that was more like two generous scoops. We did not eat at the cantina but it was pretty popular most nights that we saw. The staff was friendly, and security was pretty decent. In fact I had a second car we were parking outside the campground, so getting home at night meant I was walking in to the park past the security guard. I called out which spot I was in one night but wasn't very clear and did not wait to see if the guard understood me. I met my family by the pool, and a few minutes later the guard (plus a second) showed up to confirm I was actually a guest. They said they had recently had trouble with someone who looked a little like me and wanted to make sure I was not that guy returning for more trouble. I really appreciated them following up and making sure some random yahoo had not come in to the campground. Of course it's not fort knox, but it did seem like the security folks were cruising around often in golf carts and keeping a pretty good eye out. We stayed very much in the off season and not during any school holiday, so the park was only half full. I imagine the place could get crazy during the summer, but we certainly enjoyed our stay and thought it was fun, clean and quiet. We will definitely stay again next time we are in San Diego.
2 anos ás

Sputnik
Inglês (US)
Overpriced parking lot, half dirt/paved, uneven spots, noisy inconsiderate campers blasting music, party central.Old smelly RVs. No Room to park a vehicle in the spot or deploy your awning. Laundry room dryers only work part of the time. There are better cleaner parks. Trust me as we drove around to all of the parks in the San Diego Area after arriving at Campland.
2 anos ás

victoriatravels21
Inglês (US)
I came in from a 2 day drive from Texas & couldn't find a place to stay & it was late in the evening. I took a chance and Campland was open & they had an opening! I was so exhausted from being on the road. I was so relieved when I pulled in & could finally rest. The next morning I woke up to children's voices playing in the water & the view was lovely! I would definitely refer my family & friends to Campland. Thank you so much!!
3 anos ás