To find the best RV parks in San Diego, you’ll need to head towards the coast. Campland on the Bay has waterfront RV sites with views of Mission Bay. This family-friendly campground features a playground, activities for kids, equipment rentals, and a skateboard park. Sites have a picnic table and a fire pit and options for dry camping and partial or full hookups. Campland on the Bay is within walking distance from Sea World and next to the Mission Bay bike path.
Silver Strand State Beach Campground faces the Pacific Ocean and the San Diego Bay and permits campers who have self-contained trailers, vans, and motorhomes. Campsites have 30-amp electrical hookups and water and a dump station for registered campers. There isn’t a more premiere beach camping location near fishing, paddling, surfing, and biking. The Bayshore Bikeway and public transportation options will help you get to where you want to go without having to move your RV during your stay.
For a full-service campground with upgraded amenities near the water, book a stay at Chula Vista RV Resort. The resort is across the San Diego Bay from Silver Strand State Beach and near bike trails and water activities. The resort has back-in and pull-through sites with several hookup options and on-site amenities to make every guest comfortable. Bayside Park and the Chula Vista Marina are adjacent to the campground, making it easy to enjoy the beach, fish, exercise, or rent a boat.