You have reached the listing of RV
parks and campgrounds found in the San Diego region of California.
The main highways of this region are I-5, I-8 and the largest
cities are La Jolla, Point Loma and Escondido.
Simply click on the park name or the photo of the park to go to a
full page description of that location
Bernando Shores RV Park
Coastal Trailer Villa
Oceanside RV Park
Champagne Lakes RV
Ambiance Parks for this region:
Campland On The Bay
Mission Bay RV Resort
San Diego is the third
largest city of California and has an amaging array of fun
things to do and see. You might want to plan to visit for
weeks or months-yes, there is that much to do! Weather is
excellent most of the year but it is quieter in the winter
months especially January and February so if you want to avoid
big summer season growds consider visiting non-summer dates.
Make sure to plan to eat in the Gas Lamp District, take a ferry
over to Coronado Island for a day, and visit the Zoo, at a
minimum! In summer look for plays in the parks and week
end outdoor events like artist bazzars.
San Diego Zoo & Safari Park
- Visit many different animal
zones and see animals in their natural habitats. An amazing
experience that will become a favorite memory.
Mission Bay Park
- The largest man-made aquatic park in the
country, offering a wide range of recreational activities
including walking and jogging paths, and playgrounds for
children. It is one of San Diego's most popular locations to fly
a kite, picnic or sail a model yacht. Fire rings make it
possible to cook out and stay warm
Mission Bay - 4,200 acres of land and water, surrounded by 27
miles of sandy beaches. Interconnected by a network of waterways,
inlets and islets, the bay is best explored by boat.
SeaWorld San Diego - The perfect place for Animal Lovers, Thrill
Seekers, and kids of all ages. Different attractions and events are
held throughout the year.
Mission Beach - Nestled between Pacific Beach on the north side,
and Belmont Park on its southern side, Mission Beach offers a lively
and robust variety of activities in the sun, surf and sand
Pacific Beach - The iconic Southern California beach town. Three
miles of boardwalk and a lively atmosphere, P.B. (as the locals call
it) is a great place to find fun in the sun, and pleasures after
Ocean Beach - A small beach town where you can spend your days
surfing, sun bathing, hanging out, or strolling through the many
surf shops, taco stands and antique malls.
Oceanside Beach - Wide open golden sand with relatively small
crowds. Easy access to the beaches, fewer parking hassles,
boardwalks and a pier, Oceanside offers the Southern California
Point Loma Beaches - Best place in San Diego to watch the waves
crashing on the cliffs and explore tidepools in the rocky reefs full
of marine life. Sunset Cliffs offer a magnificent sunset view, where
the sandstone bluffs blaze with color, and the waves sparkle like
Mission Bay Golf Course - The 18-hole executive course,
measuring 2,719 yards, sits on 46 acres in the heart of the City. It
is the only golf course in San Diego with night lighting. comprised
of an 18 hole par 58 executive course featuring four par four holes
and fourteen par three holes. The course enjoys a year mild round
climate with cool sea breezes in the summer.
Golf Course - Championship 18-hole golf course played by the PGA
TOUR professionals. Both Torrey Pines North and Torrey Pines South
golf courses provide stunning Pacific Ocean views from many holes.
Sternwheelers - Cruises on the "William D. Evans" and "Bahia
Harbor Excursion - Dinner Cruises, Harbor Tours, Whale Watching,
San Diego - The first of the great California Missions and
California's first church.
Balboa Park -
An Urban Cultural Park. In addition to open space areas, natural
vegetation green belts, gardens and walking paths, it contains
museums, several theaters, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
- Transformed into a premier shopping, dining and
entertainment district. With over 200 restaurants, bars,
nightclubs and lounges, and countless boutiques, art galleries and
shops to peruse, the Gaslamp has established itself both as the
playground of hip, eclectic San Diegans and as an elite urban
California - LEGOLAND California is a 128-acre park geared
specifically towards youngsters ages two through 12. With over 50
family rides, "hands-on" attractions and shows, LEGOLAND California
provides education, adventure and fun!
For more information on this
area, please go to the different general information sites:
San Diego Chamber of Commerce
Coronodo Island Chamber of
Del Coronado Hotel (THE historic hotel to visit!)