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Campland by the Bay Review
If you’re heading to San Diego with the family, there’s no better place to park your RV than Campland by the Bay. This family-friendly RV resort located in scenic Mission Bay really rolls out the welcome mat to family-friendly fun. Not only is the location ideal for daily excursions outside of the park, the whole family can stay entertained inside the park boundaries as well. And speaking of location, this RV resort couldn’t be more conveniently located to nearby attractions and services. At the same time, once you get inside the park gates, you’ll feel miles away from it all and be able to easily relax into the cozy atmosphere.
Amenities galore is the name of the game at this RV resort. Cool features within the park include a neat play structure, fire rings at each site, tent sites, clean restroom facilities, dog walk areas, a marina with boat and bike rentals, a café, pools, pools and a beach with a swimming zone. Wi-Fi is available and cocktails are, too. Another feature that I like is that there is a nice mix of shady and sunny sites to suit every style of RVer as well, although I have a feeling in the high season you’ll probably have to take whatever site you can get because it’s a very popular RV resort.
While this RV resort will definitely suit the needs of your RV trip, there are a few other things to take into consideration when planning your trip. Because of the coveted location, you’ll have to pay to play so RV families on a tight budget will need to factor this in to their trip plans. Also, when you visit, plan to get cozy with those around you. The sites are squeezed so tight there is no escaping a conversation with your neighbors, so get ready to socialize when you arrive.
Did I mention the location is fabulous? Besides being situated on Mission Bay, it just so happens to be conveniently located near the charming coastal town of Pacific Beach which is loaded with restaurants, grocery stores and activities galore. Anything and everything you’ll need is within a five mile radius of the park. With the beach less than three miles to the west, it’s easy to catch your nightly sunset fix. See my articles titled “Family RV Trip to San Diego” and “RVing Point Loma and Ocean Beach” for more recommendations on what to do in the area.
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